OpenText vs Sophos

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OpenText
Based on 31 reviews.
Sophos
Based on 188 reviews.
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Overview
US$ $1,624. million OpenText software applications manage content or unstructured data for most types of governance, efficiency and monetization requirements in large companies, government agencies and professional service firms. OpenText solutions are aimed at addressing information management requirements, including the management of large volumes of content, compliance with regulatory requirements, and mobile and online experience management.Sophos is a developer and vendor of computer security software and hardware, providing communication endpoint, encryption, network security, email security and mobile security as well as unified threat management products. Sophos is largely focused on providing security to organisations and businesses. SophosLabs is the company's global network of threat analysis centres. Sophos has won several awards for its consumer-facing Naked Security blog.
Sample Customers
OpenText EnCase Endpoint Security: The Auto Club Group (ACG), SITE Centers, Hospital system, Temperzone Australia, County of Los Angeles, Department of Human Resources
Sophos Intercept X: Flexible Systems
Popular Solutions
Top Industries
Computer Software Company
39%
Comms Service Provider
11%
Government
6%
Insurance Company
6%
Computer Software Company
25%
Comms Service Provider
25%
Media Company
7%
Government
5%
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