Compare Check Point Pointsec vs. ESET Endpoint Encryption

Check Point Pointsec is ranked 10th in Endpoint Encryption with 1 review while ESET Endpoint Encryption is ranked 5th in Endpoint Encryption with 4 reviews. Check Point Pointsec is rated 7.0, while ESET Endpoint Encryption is rated 8.8. The top reviewer of Check Point Pointsec writes "Stable and easy to use, but it needs application identity support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ESET Endpoint Encryption writes "Instead of installing the product on each machine at each location, we just do it remotely". Check Point Pointsec is most compared with , whereas ESET Endpoint Encryption is most compared with Microsoft BitLocker, Symantec Endpoint Encryption and Cisco AMP for Endpoints.
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Pros
Check Point GAiA is easy to use.

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This solution can be centrally managed.The most valuable feature is that everything is done on the server.The usability is the most valuable feature.The Remote Administrator is the most valuable feature that ESET offers for us. Centralized management of our ESET environment is what I like about the Remote Administrator.

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Cons
In the next release of this solution, I would like to see application identity support.

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I would like to see better compatibility with mobile devices.Sometimes the server console is very slow, so the performance could be improved.Integration with central management needs improvement.I would like more robust reporting as part of the Remote Administrator.

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Licensing costs are on a yearly basis.Instead of installing ESET on each machine at each location, we just do it remotely. This has been a time saver for us.The National University System dedicates 500 of their 5000 licenses to us, which is $14/yr per device. Most companies are paying $99 or $120 per device a year.

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10th
out of 27 in Endpoint Encryption
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Reviews
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Average Words per Review
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Avg. Rating
7.0
5th
out of 27 in Endpoint Encryption
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2,830
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2,291
Reviews
4
Average Words per Review
426
Avg. Rating
8.8
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ESET Endpoint Encryption is a simple-to-use encryption application for companies large and small. Take advantage of the optimized setup that speeds up the time to adoption for admins. The client side requires no user interaction, increasing user compliance and the security of your company data.

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