Review: Promisec INNERspace

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Review: Promisec INNERspace

Highly flexible policy and endpoint management with an agentless deployment, but lacks online support.

INNERspace from Promisec provides full endpoint policy management in the large enterprise. This tool features an agentless deployment, so there is no need for endlessly making sure agents are deployed to all devices on the network. Instead, the focus can be put on policy. This product features the ability to control and optimize all the endpoints throughout the environment with a few simple clicks of the mouse, as well as to maintain granular policy control.

It is a fairly simple install. The main server is deployed from an executable and is guided by an easy-to-follow setup wizard, which also helps in the connection to the backend database. The final step in the deployment is the INNERspace Sentry, which manages remediation and endpoints. Once the console and Sentry are deployed, all further management is done through an intuitive console application.

When it comes to policy, this offering has a ton of flexibility already built in. Templates can be easily created from a master clone or started from scratch. The possibilities for configuration management are quite comprehensive.

Documentation included well organized installation and user guides.

Promisec offers subscription-based support, including phone and email technical assistance, as well as online ticketing. However, there is no online support area available, such as a knowledge base or other resources.

At a price ranging from $15 to $25 per endpoint, Promisec INNERspace offers a lot of functionality for a reasonable cost. We find this solution to be an excellent value for the money based on its comprehensive feature set and ease of management and scalability.

Users probably will need a support contract for this one but, that said, it is a solid tool, so solid that we make it our recommended product this month.

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