VENDOR: Trend Micro, Inc.
WHAT: Trend Micro Smart Protection Complete is an endpoint protection suite providing comprehensive threat protection for mid-sized and large enterprise.
PRICE: Starts at $49/year for 501 users. Smart Protection for Endpoints, which excludes gateway, mail server and SharePoint components, starts at $25/year (15 GBP) in similar volume.
VENDOR: ThreatTrack Security
WHAT: VIPRE Business Premium helps enterprises manage and control endpoint security by combining a small-footprint, anti-virus agent with integrated patch management and mobile device management (MDM) capability.
PRICE: $19.80 per computer for five computers, scaling to $12.30 per computer for 250-499 computers.
VENDOR: Safetica Technologies
WHAT: Safetica manages and controls data security at the endpoint through its client-server architecture and three major components: Endpoint Client, Management Server, and the Safetica Management Console.
PRICE: Starts at $120.
VENDOR: Novell, Inc.
WHAT: Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management v11 hits all of the marks for a full-featured endpoint security product by addressing managing
PRICE: Starts at $86 for perpetual device license (includes one-year software assurance and 24/7 support).
WHAT: Lumension Endpoint Management and Security Suite (LEMSS) unifies IT operations and security through a single console, server and agent architecture to address IT risk and systems management requirements across the enterprise.
PRICE: The subscription price starts at $21/per node for one year; discounts apply for higher node counts and multi-year contracts; perpetual model is also available for 250 nodes of LEMSS Enterprise (which includes all modules).
WHAT: Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business is an enterprise-grade endpoint security system that addresses malware, mobile device management, endpoint controls, encryption and systems management.
PRICE: Starts at $449.95 per year for 10 nodes.
WHAT: Invincea provides an additional layer of security at the endpoint by adding in protection for web browsing and document use.
PRICE: $42 per seat annual subscription, plus central management (starting at $99/month for cloud management).
WHAT: The FortiNet Endpoint solution from Fortinet consisted of a FortiClient endpoint application and a FortiGate appliance used to manage the endpoints.
PRICE: 0-10 clients is free. Ten clients can be managed by a FortiGate-40C. The hardware is $398; 11-200 clients are $300. 200 clients can be managed by a FortiGate-60C. The hardware is $595; 201-2000 clients are $1,000. 2,000 clients can be managed by a FortiGate-100D. The hardware is $1,998; 2001-8000 clients are $2,500. 8000 clients can be managed by a FortiGate-1000C. The hardware is $14,995.
VENDOR: Dell KACE
WHAT: The Dell KACE K1000 Systems Management Appliance addresses systems management tasks: device discovery and inventory, software distribution, patch management, software asset management (SAM), security audit and enforcement, service desk, power management and more.
PRICE: Starts at $8,900 for the physical or virtual appliance and 100 managed computers. K1000 SaaS (a hosted option) is available on a sliding scale and starts at $6.50 per managed computer and includes training, support and maintenance.
VENDOR: CoSoSys Ltd.
WHAT: Endpoint Protector v4 comes as a virtual appliance and is intended to provide device control, mobile device management and data leakage protection.
PRICE: Starts at $30/seat for Device Control for 10-100 seats; starting with the second year, renewal costs 30 percent of the buying price. Starts at $54/seat for Device Control and Content Aware Protection for 10-100 seats; starting with the second year, renewal costs 30 percent of the buying price.
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