We performed a comparison between Boxcryptor and Symantec Endpoint Encryption based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Endpoint Encryption solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
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Boxcryptor is file-encryption software designed and created specifically for cloud use, with support for all major cloud-storage providers, as well as any cloud-storage provider that follows the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) standard. With the increasing number of security threats, data and identity privacy are becoming more critical. Whether for personal or professional use, Boxcryptor has a solution. After installing Boxcryptor, the user has the ability to encrypt, decrypt, share, and add and remove files from cloud storage directly through his/her personal computer (PC) or device, simplifying all file-management tasks. End users are able to protect files by encrypting them locally before those files are posted to a cloud-storage provider, ensuring file security and file-data privacy throughout the process.
Boxcryptor is ranked 14th in Endpoint Encryption while Symantec Endpoint Encryption is ranked 4th in Endpoint Encryption with 9 reviews. Boxcryptor is rated 0.0, while Symantec Endpoint Encryption is rated 7.8. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Symantec Endpoint Encryption writes "Stable, secure, and works as per our expectations". Boxcryptor is most compared with Microsoft BitLocker and nCrypted Cloud, whereas Symantec Endpoint Encryption is most compared with Microsoft BitLocker, McAfee Complete Data Protection, ESET Endpoint Encryption, Cisco Secure Endpoint and Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption.
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