Fortinet FortiDB Room for Improvement

Jason Wetzel
Manager-Information Services at a maritime company with 501-1,000 employees
WatchGuard has a desktop-based admin tool, instead of doing everything through the web. I'm an old-school guy. I really don't like web GUI interfaces. They're always slow and laggy and their design is restricted, whereas a binary deployment for an admin tool is always faster, easier, more flexible. I would like that kind of functionality from Fortinet. In part, it's bias, because I'm familiar with it. But WatchGuard is a very flexible tool. It's very dated now, it needs to be worked on, but it is quite a good tool in that way. View full review »
JoelSadomba
IT Engineer at BAZ
They need to improve the web filter to make it more user-friendly. The cost needs to be reduced. In the next release, I would like this solution to include some phishing detection, to detect phishing activity on the network. I would like a way to keep users away from my domain controller. If somebody wants access to the internet, it would have to be authenticated from the main controller, or if the user wants access for internal use. If the machine is not from the domain it is not granted access. View full review »
reviewer1059522
IT Assistant at a international affairs institute with 10,001+ employees
The pricing of this solution is a little bit on the high side and can be improved. View full review »
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ReviewerSE399
Network Security Consultant at a tech services company
We had some issues trying to fix some critical bugs, such as the SSL encryption. View full review »
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