Compare Check Point Pointsec vs. ZENworks

Check Point Pointsec is ranked 11th in Endpoint Encryption with 1 review while ZENworks is ranked 19th in Endpoint Encryption. Check Point Pointsec is rated 7.0, while ZENworks is rated 0. The top reviewer of Check Point Pointsec writes "Stable and easy to use, but it needs application identity support". On the other hand, Check Point Pointsec is most compared with , whereas ZENworks is most compared with Microsoft BitLocker.
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out of 27 in Endpoint Encryption
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7.0
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out of 27 in Endpoint Encryption
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425
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299
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ZENworks Full Disk Encryption (formerly Novell ZENworks Full Disk Encryption) reduces the cost of deploying, managing, and troubleshooting encrypted laptops and desktops. It has automated data protection that locks out threats. It manages encrypted devices remotely and cut travel costs. Avoids security breaches and stay out of the news and gives IT staff a familiar management environment.
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