Compare Boxcryptor vs. Microsoft BitLocker

Boxcryptor is ranked 9th in Endpoint Encryption while Microsoft BitLocker is ranked 1st in Endpoint Encryption with 5 reviews. Boxcryptor is rated 0, while Microsoft BitLocker is rated 7.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft BitLocker writes "A cost-effective solution to protect data from physical theft, but the encryption process is slow". Boxcryptor is most compared with nCrypted Cloud, Microsoft BitLocker and CloudLock, whereas Microsoft BitLocker is most compared with Symantec Endpoint Encryption, McAfee Complete Data Protection and Sophos SafeGuard.
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It's not about pricing, because we are working with Enterprise companies that already have Windows Enterprise, so BitLocker comes already included as a Windows feature. It's free for Enterprise users. The price is only for deployment. The customer will pay for McAfee, however.This solution is included with Microsoft Server and my clients did not have to pay for anything extra.It is a totally free solution.

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9th
out of 26 in Endpoint Encryption
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2,213
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1,788
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1st
out of 26 in Endpoint Encryption
Views
21,286
Comparisons
15,523
Reviews
5
Average Words per Review
528
Avg. Rating
7.6
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Overview

Boxcryptor is file-encryption software designed and created specifically for cloud use, with support for all major cloud-storage providers, as well as any cloud-storage provider that follows the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) standard. With the increasing number of security threats, data and identity privacy are becoming more critical. Whether for personal or professional use, Boxcryptor has a solution. After installing Boxcryptor, the user has the ability to encrypt, decrypt, share, and add and remove files from cloud storage directly through his/her personal computer (PC) or device, simplifying all file-management tasks. End users are able to protect files by encrypting them locally before those files are posted to a cloud-storage provider, ensuring file security and file-data privacy throughout the process.

BitLocker is Microsoft's full disk encryption solution, which protects all of your data from theft, hacking or loss. BitLocker does this by encrypting the entire drive that hosts your Windows operating system and all your data.

BitLocker is available for all devices, including portable storage devices (such as external hard drives and USB flash drives). These portable devices are supported by a feature called BitLocker To Go, which is included in Windows 7 and 8, and in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. In Windows XP, encrypted devices can be read, but not written to, using the BitLocker To Go Reader program.

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TeamSpeak Systems GmbH, can2close GmbH, Viantro, mohchi, Agile Partners GmbHACV, Proaxis Therapy, Choice Hotels International, adnymics GmbH, Intermedia, NMBS/SNCB
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Government11%
Comms Service Provider9%
Financial Services Firm7%
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