Bitdefender GravityZone Other Advice

OwnChair354
Owner at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
My advice to somebody considering this solution would be to one, make sure that you get the exact model of the product you're looking for based on your environment. Two, you must ensure that you meet the minimum requirements because for Bitdefender if you don't meet the minimum requirements, it will not install. It will not install and if it does not install you will never know where the problem is coming from. I would rate Bitdefender a ten out of ten. View full review »
Grvtyz677
Information technologies at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
If you move from the cloud and can find good support in your country, it's advisable. But otherwise, the next time, I think I'd not choose Bitdefender GravityZone. I would rate the solution a 6 or 6.5 out of 10. Because of the issues we experienced on the server-side. View full review »
Mihail Andries
CISO at BRD-Groupe Societe Generale SA
Take this solution into consideration. Evaluate it, analyze it, do a PoC, and then make a decision. Having this solution in your portfolio, or at least having analyzed it, is important. We tested the antivirus part of the solution and the EDR, Endpoint Detection and Response. We have not yet tested social-for-clients, but we are interested in adopting this software. It should help with confidence, for ideal trust, which would be a good step forward in the market for protection of clients' terminal workstations. I would rate the product at eight out ten. It is on the right track. It still needs the improvements I mentioned. View full review »
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reviewer947091
Datacenter Engineer at a university with 501-1,000 employees
Don't spend too much time searching. You'll find it easy to deploy this solution. Just download and try the trial version. In terms of maintaining the solution, it requires two people, a network administrator and a backup network administrator. At the moment we don't have any plans to increase usage, but in the future we will have more endpoints. View full review »
Grvtyzo677
Security Technician with 1,001-5,000 employees
I do wish the two solutions I picked up had the same way of working, but that's not the case. So, it's a compromise. I really like it; I really had a good time with the professional who pushed Bitdefender with me. He had a good experience. I don't know if I had the strength to set up everything. I needed to pre-offer the application, and I've tried Cryptids, pre-boot encryption on the drive, and BitCourse, which is Bitdefender's. If you want to have a pre-boot, the password has to be set up using a keyed map, which is crazy, because nobody uses keyed maps. That's just a corporate failure and it's not acceptable when you see how much it costs. The panels have also been able to bypass the security shell. Unfortunately, the solution wasn't designed to be used in France. So I think it should be restricted to the American market. For those setting up the solution, I would say get used to using core tying cable. It's much easier to deploy with the network, there's much more ease. I claim can do that for you, the HTTP management. But the way it was designed, it's not just designed for us. Using BitDoctor for encryption isn't smart, because we're using Windows 7 Pro, and we can't use Bitcalc elements on Windows 7 Pro because it has to be committed Enterprise. There's no way we're going to buy it from SR Live Central just to get the disk encryption. And this is the whole point: you might as well get your own encryption engine and then just use that solution. Because with BitDoctor, you can encrypt the disk if you do a run dump, and then in the run dump you get the TPA chip and you can decrypt the disk. If I was an American, I'd give the solution an 8 out of 10. As a European, I rate the solution 6 out of 10. View full review »
Konrad Kaleta
Product Leader at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
This is a good solution and there isn't anything to be worried about. The only thing that I would probably test is your internal applications. We don't rely on this, but rather, we rely on the cloud applications that are widely known. Sometimes there are issues. If you use standard, widely known applications, it shouldn't be a problem. Some of the things that we are looking at but not sure how far along they are with releasing are geo-tracking, remote wipe, and encryption management. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten. View full review »
ManegeiT677
IT Manager at voluntis
At the moment everything is good for me. It's really simple to use it. I would rate this solution nine out of 10. View full review »
BenWiesner
Senior Network Manager at Denis Enterprises
I would recommend this solution. Overall, it is lightweight. It does a lot of heavy lifting in a short, small package, which is what I like about it. It doesn't bring down the end user, like some of these endpoint security products, which really suck up resources from the end user. BitDefender doesn't, so that's important to me. View full review »
Ian Skibbe
Channel Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
I would 100% advise using the solution. I'd rate the solution 10 out of 10. View full review »
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