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"The SMARTnet technical support is available at an additional cost."
"For the Avast virus scan, we pay around USD $95 per machine for five years which includes all updates and technical support."
"The price for Cisco ISE is high."
"The price can be lower, especially for subscriptions. It should be a lot cheaper to have a wide range of customers. The price should be comparable to competitive products like Forescout or Fortinet FortiNAC. Forescout is cheaper for customers looking for a cloud solution."
"There are other cheaper options available."
"The price is okay."
"I think licensing costs roughly $2,000 a year. ISE is more expensive than Network Access Control."
"I think the price is okay."
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The modern enterprise consists of both on-premise and cloud-based solutions often being utilized by users who are often geographically distributed. These users may also be a mix of employees, contractors, customers, vendors and so forth. OpenIAM Identity Governance (IGA) simplifies the way in which organizations manage identities across this complex landscape.
Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) is ranked 1st in Network Access Control with 21 reviews while OpenIAM Identity Governance is ranked 11th in User Provisioning Software. Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) is rated 7.8, while OpenIAM Identity Governance is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) writes "Streamlines security policy management and reduces operating costs". On the other hand, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) is most compared with Aruba ClearPass, Forescout Platform, Fortinet FortiNAC, Fortinet FortiAuthenticator and CyberArk Privileged Access Manager, whereas OpenIAM Identity Governance is most compared with ForgeRock, WSO2 Identity Server, EVOLVEUM midPoint, SailPoint IdentityIQ and Oracle Identity Governance.
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