Deep Instinct ROI

Puneet Gupta
Director at IT Junction
I have definitely seen ROI. Whatever price I paid for, I got my returns when it detected that virus that was in my environment already. I got my returns pretty much by securing all that. The information that probably would have gone out, had that virus spread to other machines, could have been a big catastrophe for my business. It's done its job and it's pretty much paid off what I spent on it. View full review »
Robert Boles
Cybersecurity Expert at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The ROI is that your people are able to remain productive. You're not paying ransomware, your systems are healthy and operational, and you're not putting out fires. You're being productive. View full review »
Ethan Ore
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
I don't deal with sales, I am the technical guy, the sales engineer. I do see satisfaction from customers. They are happy that there is a solution that differentiates itself from the other solutions and is really able to complement whatever they have. I do see many customers being satisfied with this solution. Time savings are definitely there. If you cut down the incidents, you save the time dealing with them. If you don't have to deal with them, that's a lot of time saved. And since you don't have to have people to manage the solution, that's people saved. In multiple ways there is ROI, it's definitely there. View full review »
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Chi Wing Wong
Regional Technical Manager at a retailer with 201-500 employees
The time savings is very obvious. For ongoing maintenance, I don't need to take care of it at all. I just let it run. Another thing is it does not need an expert to work with it. Sometimes, when you set up a policy or different settings on another solution, you need a network engineer and a systems engineer, and even someone who specialized in antivirus or security. For Deep Instinct, we just need an operator who can do this. View full review »
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