Switching our endpoint solution to another

We are considering switching our endpoint solution to another vendor Right now, we have Symantec Endpoint Protection and I think is one of the buggiest product I’ve ever used and after Broadcom bought it feel development is getting slower! I want to know what experience with endpoint security solutions you have and what system you used before or using now and why

I want an on-premise solution not cloud

Thank you

On-premise is getting phased out unfortunately. I have used bitdefender and it is pretty good. Idk if you can use it for on prem though.

Modern EDR platforms don’t work without the “cloud” connections. We use Huntress and S1.

I don’t mind the cloud connection, but I want the server to be on-premise.
I have search couple of vendors but almost every one of them is number 1 in G2, I will check out Huntress and Sentinel-one

As I told Tom I don’t mind the cloud connection, I will Check Bitdefender.
Right now, I’m testing Kaspersky and ESET

I feel your frustration with Symantec (EEP). Several on-prem options are well-regarded, including Trend Micro Apex One and Sophos Intercept X. They offer strong protection and active development. Have you considered either?

Good luck finding a on premise solution - most are now cloud based portals

Yeah, both of them are, but I’m testing Kaspersky and ESET right now. Do you have any experience with them?

We switched from onprem ESET to cloud based CrowdStrike. I feel CrowdStrike is a far better product because it detects malware on endpoints and it detects endpoint attacks. A multi platform agent (Windows, Mac, Chromebook, IOS) is installed on each endpoint and communicates with a cloud based server. The Internet bandwidth consumption is minimal. It is truly a great product.

What do you mean by “CrowdStrike is a far better product because it detects malware on endpoints and it detects endpoint attacks”? ESET can’t do these things?

Yes, I’ve used both Kaspersky and ESET.

We are using ESET both on-prem and cloud an it works just fine.
Only problem now is that on-prem no longer will support mobiles and tablets, only cloud will do this and that is why we are using both on-prem and cloud.
We have used ESET for about 10 years now and it’s been a great product and here in Sweden the support is very good.
One thing that is annoying is that they seems to change the naming and packaging frequently.

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What has your experience been with them?