Anonymous UserSystems Administrator at a financial services firm
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The solution is easy to implement."
"I am impressed by the service desk ticketing and asset management."
"KACE has made our life much easier since we got off the Microsoft solution. The Microsoft solution was a lot harder to image over different ports and stuff. They would only have this one place where we could do all the imaging. Now, we have a whole building where we can image from. This means that we can image from our storage area, where we have a place to do our imaging. We can also image right at our desks, which is a lot easier."
"The Systems Deployment Appliance is magical when it comes to automating deployment... Not only can we have multiple images, specific to end-users' uses, but we have a plethora of post-installation tasks to install or configure the system, tasks that can be re-used for each system. You just have one basic base image, and then you use the post-install tasks to customize everything else. It is amazing."
"We have our KACE agent deployed on all of our workstations and servers, and it provides us with reports on the hardware and software inventory for those."
"The solution can be quite expensive, compared to other options on the market."
"I've had some issues with patch catalogue."
"They could make the booting solution easier for different things, e.g., easier to insert drivers. They could make it easier to create a new image and put it onto the server. Those would be some nice solutions. They could make it so that somebody who has no knowledge at all can do it. That would be really nice. Because every time, until I get it memorized, I still need to go back to the training, the manual, or Google it to figure it out again. If they would make it a lot easier, to where a nine-year-old could do it, that would be really cool. If they made it easier, I could have more people managing the images on the server, instead of just one or two people."
"I would sure like them to be able to copy and paste out of OneNote. That drives me nuts. You can't copy from OneNote into KACE."
"Scalability is my primary concern right now."
"We need it, so we have to pay the price. It is what it is. If you need a gallon of milk, then you have to pay the price for it. You don't want to buy the cheap stuff. You want to buy the stuff that is organic and good for your body, which doesn't have all this other junk in it. You want it clean for your body. Quest has done that for our deployment and management systems."
"The pricing and licensing are good. It's worth it."
"Licensing is done on a per device basis, so it's dependent on how many agents you've got installed."
Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac, powered by Heat, swiftly detects vulnerabilities in today’s environment, from workstation to data center. And it deploys expertly pretested patches automatically, helping organizations to patch with more efficiency and efficacy.
The KACE Systems Management Appliance provides a growing organization with comprehensive management of network-connected devices, including servers, PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, tablets, printers, storage, networking gear and the Internet of Things (IoT). KACE can fulfill all of the organization's systems management needs, from initial deployment to ongoing management and retirement.
Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac is ranked 15th in Patch Management with 1 review while Quest KACE Systems Management is ranked 3rd in Patch Management with 4 reviews. Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac is rated 0.0, while Quest KACE Systems Management is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac writes "Easy to implement and offers good scanning but the pricing is a bit high". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Quest KACE Systems Management writes "We can use one image for several different instances, saving a lot of space". Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac is most compared with , whereas Quest KACE Systems Management is most compared with SCCM, Microsoft Windows Server Update Services, BigFix, Ansible and Kaseya VSA.
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