In terms of features, I think they've done a lot of improvement on the graphical user interface — it looks really good right now.
The way we can trust this solution is the most valuable. We have no issue with this product. It is a competitive product. You need to have a very good and deep knowledge of the product to take the full benefits of all the features, but it is a good product.
The user management has been very easy for the most part.
You can quickly filter your view of devices and zero in on the ones you want using a variety of tools, such as what subnet it is on or what it has been classified as.
The aspect of Aruba ClearPass that I like most is that it has a lot of options, it is very versatile.
The interface is very easy to use and the workflow is quite straightforward.
Fortinet FortiNAC is both scalable and stable.
The most valuable features are the ease of deployment and ease of use.
The installation is very straightforward.
The wifi control is fantastic and makes it very easy to administer.
It's so easy to set up, you don't need outside assistance.
For the information security team, the security level was improved because it helped to manage and prevent rogue devices from connecting to the corporate network. The reporting was granular, and reports we scheduled for delivery on Portnox were useful during investigations and audits, especially in cases where the IP address changed.
I can know which end users are using which features.