Atera Pricing and License Cost

JL Carrillo
Network Administrator at a university with 51-200 employees
I think there are additional costs. You need to add the backup, they don't have a specific integrated backup unless you use the customer's personal backup. View full review »
Owner with 1-10 employees
We switched to Atera mostly for pricing reasons. Atera happened to have the best pricing model. Right now, they've got three different types of ranges. I'm in the mid-range, about $130 dollars per month. There is also an unlimited endpoint model. I have used a few others beforehand. One of them was Pulseway. Pulseway is very good but it's pricey, especially now since they've merged with Kaseya. I used Kaseya before and it was kind of pricey — roughly two to five dollars per endpoint, according to what it is that you want it to do. Atera doesn't do that. If I wanted to add Webroot to Atera, which they have done, it's only roughly one dollar per month for each endpoint that I use. Other solutions aren't like that; often, you have to sign up for a 12-month agreement, etc. View full review »
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