As a supporter and user of System Center products long before Microsoft had even tagged their management products with the System Center brand, it’s great to see so the System Center products get increasing coverage in the industry. And, it’s equally great to see larger organizations actually take time to put pen-to-paper to develop and post real reviews.
However, a recent “review” of Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection is not actually a “review”. A review, to me, means you’ll get good chunks of information about the product itself, based on how the writer dug deep into the product and professed what he/she found. So, really, a recent “review” at ITBusinessEdge is more of a deconstruction of comments, or a review of the comments, provided by Gartner and AV-Comparitives.
While there’s some good cursory info in the “review” to get an idea what Endpoint Protection is, there’s not much else.
What’s your take? Read the review and let me know: