"We like the auto-decryption features. For example, a file is auto-decrypted when it is moved to a different location, either over the network, through email, or through upload to a web server."
"One place where I can give them top level is the tiered administration, whereby you can assign roles to the support team to say, "You would be responsible for changing passwords. You would be responsible for system management and configurations, and you are the major admin of this." They have that on lockdown. The active directory integration is also pretty okay. It is not so bad. It does have normal features that most of the encryption tools have, such as full-disk encryption, volume encryption, and external drive encryption. I am not sure if they do file-level encryption and if DLP is integrated with the encryption product. I would like to assume that these features are there."
"The number one feature I found was that the install was really easy, it was quite helpful."
"The most valuable feature of Micro Focus Voltage SecureData Enterprise is the ease of configuration and the group services rest API."
"As soon as we introduce any new tools or applications, we have to work with the back-end team to handle new problems that are created. Once they're figured out, the solution will stabilize, but the problems keep coming up whenever we introduce a new tool or application. It has been a challenge."
"It is not working properly for us because of which we had to decrypt all our encryptions. I have not used it much, and based on what I have heard, it is very tough to manage. Managing this system is not as easy as it should be. The central management is awful, and the encryption process is tedious. There are too many issues with even recovering passwords. Its ease of deployment is awful. Their support needs to be improved. It is just my fifth week working with this organization, and since I got here, it has been about, "Oh! We have these issues with Dell, and it is not working properly. It is so hard to work with, and please get on with the support team so we can get this resolved as soon as possible." To get the support on the phone is usually a big problem, and by the time they call you back and tell you it is going to take, for instance, about an hour, we end up spending like four hours, and we don't get anything done. The firm has finally decided that Dell is not going to be the way to go. We are now exploring other encryption products. In terms of new features, it should have cloud tenancy encryption. Everything is moving to the cloud, and it would be cool if the next version of Dell encryption can offer that. Based on my research, it seems that a few solutions can do that right now, particularly the McAfee Complete Protection suites. It would be good if Dell can also move away from on-prem. The solution that we're working with is an on-prem solution. I don't know if it is available in the cloud, but it would be good if they can make it available in the cloud. This probably would also help with the cloud tenancy encryption. Another feature that I would've loved them to have is for the passphrase self-recovery for a user. Such a feature would reduce some bit of burden on the help desk team. Currently, people forget their passphrase every single week, and they have to get to the help desk to reset their password. It would have been pretty cool if a passphrase self-recovery option was available for a user."
"For a future release, the interface looks a bit dated and could be improved."
"Micro Focus Voltage SecureData Enterprise can improve the types of encryptions. They are limited by the number of types of encryption and types of masking they are allowing. In the solution that we were using, the illustration interface and the number of capabilities in terms of data masking were limited."
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Dell Encryption Enterprise is ranked 12th in Endpoint Encryption with 2 reviews while Micro Focus Voltage SecureData Enterprise is ranked 9th in Endpoint Encryption with 2 reviews. Dell Encryption Enterprise is rated 6.6, while Micro Focus Voltage SecureData Enterprise is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Dell Encryption Enterprise writes "It has tiered administration and normal features of an encryption tool, but it is tough to manage and deploy and tedious to use for encryption". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Micro Focus Voltage SecureData Enterprise writes "Effortless install, features rich, and scalable". Dell Encryption Enterprise is most compared with Microsoft BitLocker, whereas Micro Focus Voltage SecureData Enterprise is most compared with Oracle Advanced Security, IBM Guardium Data Protection, Protegrity Data Security, Microsoft BitLocker and Vormetric Application Crypto Suite. See our Dell Encryption Enterprise vs. Micro Focus Voltage SecureData Enterprise report.
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