This product does have quite a bit of flexibility, with many device control features. With Active Directory integration, managing clients and policy is nicely centralised. EndPointSecurity does offer several nice features, such as more control over other devices beyond USB — media players, PDAs and many others. We found this to be a useful tool for endpoint security, but it is more of a Jack-of-all-trades rather than a focus on high-end USB security.
Documentation for this product is nicely laid out with a clear and organised structure. We found both the user manual and installation guide to contain a great amount of detail and several clear sets of instruction, labeled screenshots and charts. All documentation was easy to read and navigate.
A software maintenance agreement is required. The company website also includes a massive support area complete with product documentation, forums and a knowledge base. Also available for customers is live phone and email support.
A price of US$625 for 25 computers (US$25/computer) down to US$3,750 for 500 computers (US$7.50/computer), plus maintenance, puts this product toward the lower end of the pricing spectrum and makes it very reasonable for large enterprises.
For: Complete endpoint security kit with several device and port options.
Against: No real emphasis on any specific device such as USB - more of a one-size-fits-all approach.
Verdict: Good value for the money and a useful tool set that should scale well to a large enterprise.