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Top Answer: The wifi control is fantastic and makes it very easy to administer.
Top Answer: The licensing is modular. That means, you typically buy a base license and then add on what you need to increase its functionality. If you want to, for example, install a main gateway, or if you want… more »
Top Answer: I would like to see mobile administration capabilities in the next release so that we can administer the device from a mobile device.
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SafeConnect provides the ability to automate the enforcement of security compliance and network access control policies (based on identity, device type, location, and ownership), and gathers a wealth of real-time and historical context-aware device data so you can make more informed and intelligent decisions.

Sophos NAC Provides comprehensive, easy-to-deploy network access control that protects enterprise networks from the threats posed by non-compliant, compromised, or misconfigured endpoint computers. The software solution is vendor-neutral and works with existing network infrastructure and security applications. Computers are permitted or denied access to the network, based on a centrally defined, policy-driven assessment - and isolated, quarantined for remediation, automatically remediated, or sent alerts. Administrators can define and manage policies uniquely for managed and guest computers, including checking their security status and ensuring that no unwanted applications are run.
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Find out what your peers are saying about Cisco, ForeScout, Aruba Networks and others in Network Access Control (NAC). Updated: July 2021.
523,230 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Impulse Point SafeConnect is ranked 15th in Network Access Control (NAC) while Sophos Network Access Control is ranked 5th in Network Access Control (NAC) with 7 reviews. Impulse Point SafeConnect is rated 0.0, while Sophos Network Access Control is rated 8.8. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Sophos Network Access Control writes "Great security with a user-friendly interface and excellent stability". Impulse Point SafeConnect is most compared with , whereas Sophos Network Access Control is most compared with Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), Aruba ClearPass, ExtremeControl, Fortinet FortiNAC and Ruckus Cloudpath.

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