FortiNAC Room for Improvement

ITAndOpe6381
IT and Operations Manager at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
Not using a Java front-end would be fantastic. It takes forever to load the system up and get in there to configure everything. It is too slow to do anything at all. View full review »
Rupsan Shrestha
Executive at Dristi Tech Pvt.ltd
For our organization and our clients, the price is the main concern. They should work to make it more competitive. Customization could be improved in future releases. View full review »
reviewer1232502
Senior Cybersecurity Solution Architect at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
Something that the developers of FortiNAC might look at to improve, is more integration with third-party products. The dashboard also needs to improve. View full review »
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SamerKiwan
System Security Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The implementation process needs improvement. Right now, it's somewhat complicated. They could create some templates to facilitate implementation. Right now everything is done manually, and it just takes a really long time at the initial setup. View full review »
SenioInfo677
Senior Information Technology Officer at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
I think the network devices need to give more information. In the next release, we'd like to see more information on controlling, for example, adding more policies etc. We should get more information about IoT devices, and have more information available for the users. View full review »
Ahmed-Fawzy
Sr. Network Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
I think that the course content could be improved, it's not that simple to work through. I'm an expert on Cisco ISE. And also I have CCIE on Cisco. I made a comparison between Cisco ISE and FortiNAC. Cisco ISE has full integration but FortiNAC doesn't. View full review »
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