It is expensive. Its initial setup was also a little bit involved, but it was nothing that we couldn't eventually handle. Currently, it has the ability to share screens. Somebody having an issue with their phone can share their screen with a technician sitting at a computer. It would be nice to also be able to control phones remotely, but this could be a limitation of a phone's operating system. In Apple's case, we're going to have Apple that's restricting that, but it would be nice to be able to remotely control someone's phone so that we could provide greater assistance in troubleshooting.
It's just a trade-off, not a complaint, that they could never put voice into it. It lacks voice integration like the other products because they need the compression to support that large amount of concurrent sessions. We've had to sacrifice voice. It's no big deal. You have more sessions, you don't really need the voice part of it. It's just a convenience. Other than that, it is a de-facto standard whether you like it or not. It should have more integration with CyberArk. Of course, that's an open-ended statement. The reason being is because Bomgar, or now BeyondTrust, also sells something similar to CyberArk. CyberArkk has the largest market share. It doesn't seem that BeyondTrust will provide any knowledge base or integration for customers to integrate BeyondTrust with CyberArk. But from a partner concern, oftentimes we have customers using CyberArk. They ask us to provide professional services to integrate both. Then we have to work on our own without vendor support.