ESET Endpoint Security Previous Solutions

reviewer1134558
IT Manager at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
I have worked with Cylance. It does not have the problem where some machines are missed during the initial setup and discovery process, but it suffers from having too many false positives. I think it is related to how it works, based on machine learning technology. This means that you have to create a lot of exceptions, time and time again, especially for applications that are crucial. View full review »
NRG LTD
Manager at EZ Computers Ltd.
I have used nearly all of these kinds of solutions throughout my career, and this is the one that I tend to go back to because it's all there. Specifically, I have used AVG, Norton, Avast, and BullGuard. ESET does not have a heavy footprint like Norton. When I first tried ESET many years ago, it was not as straightforward to use, but it was very good for administration and networks. The fact that it would scan the entire structure of the machine and any drives, in a corporate situation, was quite valuable. After this, I started using it myself and realized just how easy it is to use. View full review »
Jayandra Wickramasinghe
Senior Systems engineer at SAT
We have some level of experience with Panda, Kaspersky, and Symantec. We considered the resources that would be taken, the performance of PCs, the malware detection, product management complexity, and the price factor. Most of our clients switched to ESET. View full review »
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EhabAl Borai
IT Manager at Arab International Optronics
We didn't previously use a different solution. I did use Kapersky at a different company, but I didn't find it as secure. View full review »
AlexLibis
Owner/CEO at Mator
Previously I was using SEP, Symantec Endpoint Security, Check Point Endpoint Security, and Sophos. They are all very high-level. The company decided to try ESET, so we will have to wait and see. View full review »
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