Portnox CORE Other Advice

reviewer952833
Chief System Engineer at a media company with 501-1,000 employees
We really like the solution and it does what we need it to, so in rating it let's say we give it a nine out of ten. It's just hard for me to give anything a ten because that means it is perfect. But truly, I have nothing bad to say about the product. It's a good product and it helped us tremendously in the years in locating all kinds of issues that we had on the network. It does that very quickly and reliably and I recommend it. The product is something we use on a daily basis. It's something that's always working away in the background. We get reports, we get alerts, we assess what the alerts are telling us and then we take action as necessary. If that's what an organization needs, then this is a very good solution. View full review »
Principcon67
Consulting Principal at a transportation company with 501-1,000 employees
This is a simple solution and it does pretty much what it's supposed to do. We haven't had any problems with it for the past six years. This product is always running in the background. We get reports and alerts, and we deal with them accordingly. This product has helped us tremendously during the years in locating all kind of issues that we had on the network, very quickly, and I recommend it. Overall, it is a very good product and we are very happy with it. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten. View full review »
Uchechukwu Ukazu
Tech Support at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
When selecting a product, if I want to bring in a new solution, I will look up the competing solution: What features do they have that are better than what I'm bringing, which will put me in a better position to make an informed decision and advise the customer accordingly. If I'm to advise a customer that wants to buy a similar solution, I would first of all find out what their needs are, what their priorities are. Would they want agent or agentless? Would they want software or hardware? Those are the questions I would have to ask before I can say, "Go for this," or, "Go for that." Honestly, all NAC solutions are the same, they do the basic work. So it all depends on the environment, what is obtainable. Some companies don't want agents in their environment, so they go for agentless. Some don't want hardware, so they go for software. So my position is to advise. I rate this solution a seven out of 10 because it meets my needs of ensuring that my network is protected. But then, I believe there's room for improvement. View full review »
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