If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Trend Micro TippingPoint NGIPS, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
From my understanding, this is a very useful solution for the government sector. I would rate Trend Micro Tipping NGIPS a nine out of ten.
I'd recommend the solution, however, it depends on what a company needs. Before jumping in, a company needs to ask, themselves questions like: "What's our requirement". That said, for general enterprises, it's a good enough option. For our organization, however, as of next year, we're going to move away from it and deploy with a Cisco-based solution. Overall, I would rate the solution at a seven out of ten.
Trend Micro provides us technical updates and their free training if a new feature comes into their product. In general, I would of course recommend this product to other people.
This is a good solution, but our market needs clearer deal registration process. It also needs faster PoC feedbacks. I would rate this solution a seven out of ten.
If we can work with Trend Micro and sell TippingPoint, it's very good. It's not a bad device and, nowadays, it's very useful. At first, it was an HPE product when we started working with TippingPoint and then it was bought by Trend Micro. The number of users using this solution depends on the organization. In one organization we have approximately 2,000 users on this device. For deployment and maintenance two people are enough. In our organization, when we deployed it, only one person managed and configured it. Someone who is a network engineer can do the configuration. From the time that Trend Micro bought this product we haven't sold it anymore because we work with HPE. But we are supporting organizations who are using Trend Micro.
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