Cisco Defense Orchestrator Time to Value

Once up and running, how long did it take to see value from the solution?

Todd Ellis
CTO at Secure Networkers
Once up and running, we see value from it right away. The impact is immediate. The biggest problem I have now is that something which gets forgotten is how bad things were before the implementation. C-level people tend to forget that.
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AndreasForby
Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Once it was up and running, I could see value from it straight away, in the first minute. I saw that I could push policies from the cloud. I could push certificates, I could push upgrades. I could push a command line. I could do anything.
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Architect1152942
Systems Architect at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
We started seeing value as soon as we tested it, even before we purchased it and started using it for production work. The value was obvious from the beginning of getting to know the product.
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Mohamed Nabih
I.T. Manager at Egypt Foods group
The time to value is nearly immediate when you go from no centralized device manager to a centralized one. The custom reports and penetration testing provide value.
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