Microsoft Windows Defender Scalability

InfosecAn677
Information Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
In the last 12 months, we've moved up to the Gartner Magic Quadrant report as a leading form of threat analysis. Obviously, the more clients that migrate to Cloud Services the more analytics platforms are picking it up. There are auto-resolutions and it's getting more cross-correlations between tendency. So we're getting a lot more APT (Applied Predictive Technologies) and IOC (Indicators of Compromise) data through which you can get a better response, better response times, automatic remediation tasks, reduce the amount of the alerts and false positives — that sort of thing. It's all really useful. It's scaling out on its own. View full review »
John-Maina
Navision Consultant and user support at NCPD
The product has performed very well in my computers. I don't have any complains about its functionality. View full review »
Ibikunle Imam
CEO at floating-dot tech ltd
Since it's a Microsoft product, scalability is top-notch. This shouldn't be an issue. View full review »
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Gabriel Petcu
Program Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The solution is easily scalable. I'm always trying to increase the usage to maximize the capabilities of the product offering. As soon as new capabilities appear I will expand usage to include them. In terms of physical expansion to other devices, I already have the solution on all of my devices. View full review »
HeadOfIn06c8
Head of Information Security at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Scalability is very good. We require a couple of staff members for the maintenance of this solution. View full review »
MicroAdmin677
‎Microsoft Enterprise administrator at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
To scale the solution, I think you need more licenses but I'm not sure. We have 100 to 1,000 users. We just use it for some end users, not for all the users. The users are mainly end-users and a few admins. We plan to increase users annually. View full review »
Abdou Soudaki
IT Help Desk at Elsewedy Electric Algerie
I'm not sure about scalability. I think if you have an enterprise license and more features in an enterprise package it will be good. We have about 200 users. View full review »
Jean-Jacques Niava
Deputy Director at BG Service
It's easy to document new people. With the dashboard, I can set up rules to protect myself from any IP address coming from an external network. We use this solution daily. We don't have plans to increase the usage. We have around ten to twelve users. They are only users, not admins. We only require one admin. A guy sometimes comes to set up a desktop and do the configuration. View full review »
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