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McAfee Security for Microsoft SharePoint - license + 1 Year Gold Business S

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  • McAfee Security Perpetual Plus Program licensing program
  • Volume license pricing
  • Federal government license pricing
  • License license type
  • 1 node license quantity
  • 501-1000 volume pricing range
McAfee PortalShield for Microsoft SharePoint Server provides content security for all documents, files, Web content, and document stores. McAfee PortalShield provides comprehensive protection from viruses, enterprise policy management and graphical reporting, secure content management, lower total cost of ownership. With PortalShield, users of Microsoft SharePoint are able to securely access, find and share the information they need to be productive in business, regardless of the physical location of information on the portal. PortalShield's capabilities go beyond traditional anti-virus and content security solutions to protect Microsoft SharePoint servers by detecting, cleaning and removing viruses, as well as searching for banned content within the documents that are stored in SharePoint workspaces, a capability not available with traditional anti-virus or content security solutions.

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Brand: McAfee
Compatibility: PC
Localization: English
Manufacturer: McAfee Federal Licensing
Model: for Microsoft SharePoint
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: McAfee Security

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Support Details Full Contract Period: 1 year

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Service Availability (Days a Week): Monday-Sunday
Service Availability (Hours a Day): 24 hours a day
Service Type: Phone consulting



Service Type: Web support



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Bundled Support: 1 Year Gold Business Support
License Category: License
License Qty: 1 node
License Type: License
Licensing Program: McAfee Protect Plus Program

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Platform: Windows

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Category: Security applications
Subcategory: Security - content filtering , Security - network antivirus

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License Pricing: Federal government , Volume
Pricing Level: Level F
Pricing Range: 501-1000

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Product Reviews
McAfee Security for Microsoft SharePoint - license is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Offers check in, check out and in-built approval workflows for documents/lists. Valuable Features:* Enterprise content management: It is one of the biggest features of SharePoint, which includes the use of enterprise columns for keyword searching and content organization.* Collaboration tool: It provides seamless integration with other Microsoft Office tools like Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.* Enterprise search* Other vital features are check in, check out and in-built approval workflows for documents/lists.Improvements to My Organization:SharePoint provides enterprise content management, which includes the enterprise document management tools. Also collaboration tools such as workspaces and team sites improve the productivity and increase collaboration. My Site provides rich personalization features.Room for Improvement:* SharePoint should provide more out-of-box templates. They should add more site templates like blog templates, forum templates, and so on.* They should stabilize the platform more.* Document management requires some performance tweaks as well.Use of Solution:I have used this solution for about four to five years.Stability Issues:When used with large data, SharePoint may produce performance degradation; that requires some optimization and tweaks.Scalability Issues:Scalability is great, but again huge data will be a little cumbersome to manage.Technical Support:The technical support is good.Previous Solutions:We have always used the SharePoint content management system.For document management, we use IBM FileNet, which is great for managing document but poor with collaboration tools.Initial Setup:The initial setup is not that complex, if the architecture is laid down properly.Cost and Licensing Advice:There are multiple licensing options available. You should select the one that is suitable to your needs.Other Solutions Considered:We evaluated some other products, like Telerik CMS.Other Advice:Plan yourself properly in terms of the architecture. If you plan early for proper architecture, you will have a long-term solution.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Workflows make sure the right people review and approve documents. Valuable Features:Feedback workflows ensure we don't miss someone when documents need reviewing and approval workflows make sure the right people are approving it, especially when there are new or temporary staff involved. They don't have to ask who is next in line. They just pick the appropriate workflow and it's all sorted.Improvements to My Organization:We automated task workflows for document review and gathering feedback.Room for Improvement:No additional features are needed at the moment, except bringing some of the alerting functionality from the on-premise to the online version.Use of Solution:I have used this for four years.Stability Issues:We did not have any stability problems.Scalability Issues:We did not have any scalability problems.Previous Solutions:We were using SharePoint 2007. We changed due to the product lifecycle.Initial Setup:Setup was complex. We needed to design governance and implementation architecture before deployment.Cost and Licensing Advice:Get help. Pricing and licensing is tricky.Other Solutions Considered:We didn’t look at any alternatives.Other Advice:Consider SharePoint Online unless you have customisations. If you have customisations, try and get rid of them. They cause problems when upgrading.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Libraries and lists enable capturing and organizing large amounts of information. Valuable Features:In general, I find SharePoint to be a very useful tool when it's configured to allow end users a certain amount of flexibility. (In one of my previous assignments, all options were completely locked down. In that kind of configuration, the usefulness of the tool is highly dependent upon whoever configured the product. In this case, they weren't particularly good.) The latest versions of SharePoint are highly useful for configuring pages for managing and conveying large amounts of information, while giving users the ability to pinpoint the specific things they need with speed and accuracy.Libraries and lists have a feature set that enables capturing large amounts of information and organizing that information in ways that enable multiple audiences/roles to use it effectively.Improvements to My Organization:In my previous job, I built a site to support the PMO. It consisted of a top level site that gave a view of all projects undertaken by the organization and then individual project sites that were used to manage issues, risks, changes, action items, key milestones.The top level site also contained links out to our scheduling software (SmartSheets). The individual project sites were based on a site template, making it very easy to instantiate a new one whenever a new project was introduced. All project information was contained within a single site collection and allowed both broad and deep searches and visibility of key project metrics.Room for Improvement:I think that the current version of the product is actually quite good, but it's not always easy to find solid training and reference information, especially from Microsoft. Typically, third parties have better offerings than Microsoft, but it still requires a bit of searching to find the most relevant and easily absorbed material.Use of Solution:I have used Sharepoint in various forms since around 2003.Over the last three years (three jobs as well), I've used SharePoint 2007, 2010, and 2013.Stability Issues:I have not encountered stability issues with either the on-premise or cloud hosted versions of the product.Scalability Issues:I was never involved in planning for scalability, and have never been aware of any scalability issues in any of the places where I've used the product.Technical Support:I generally avoid using Microsoft or Microsoft partner support where possible. Unless you are paying for their top-level consultants (which is frightfully expensive), you're often better off just looking things up on the internet and bookmarking the most helpful sites. In situations where support is being provided by internal staff, the results have been variable.Previous Solutions:There's nothing truly like SharePoint in the marketplace that I'm aware of. You can use wiki's of various sorts and cobble together any number of open source or paid solutions that address a component of what SharePoint does. But that approach doesn't have the current product's level of integration and the maturity of its feature set.Initial Setup:I don't know about setup. It was never my responsibility. Since the products were in place when I arrived, I don't know who the vendors were that partnered with Microsoft to configure and deploy the product.Cost and Licensing Advice:It's Microsoft; empty your pockets. Seriously, if you obtain SharePoint under one of their blanket licensing agreements you really need to pay attention to the terms and conditions, especially if your acquisition is part of Office 365. It's typically not very easy to drop licenses for a particular subcomponent under such agreements if you find that you're not using that particular piece.Other Solutions Considered:This wasn't my choice. However, there's nothing truly like SharePoint in the marketplace that I'm aware of.Other Advice:Know what you want it for first. Talk to other businesses using the product to understand their experiences. If it looks like SharePoint can bring real business value, then find the best implementation partner that you can find. I don't know the economic ramifications of cloud vs. on-premise, but I found the cloud version of the product takes a lot of headaches out of your hands with Microsoft being responsible to administer and maintain the back end.Finally, be very wary of proposals from within your company to build all manner of applications, web sites, and data marts with the tool. Although SharePoint is capable of a lot of things, it may be better to purchase a purpose built product rather than rolling your own.In the same vein, it is still important to have standards and enforce them within the organization, especially on how sites are structured if they are to be used by people in various roles and departments across the enterprise. Someone has to have a vision for the architecture of your SharePoint installation and use in order to assure you get full value. If folks get to do anything they want, you'll have a crazy quilt of unrelated data, applications, and web pages.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Provides document storage and version control. Valuable Features:In our scenario, Team Portal was a really useful feature.Improvements to My Organization:We used to keep all of our documentation on SharePoint. SharePoint's version control worked really well with our large range of documents.Room for Improvement:Configuration and troubleshooting need improvement, especially regarding TFS integration.Use of Solution:I’ve used this for more than eight years as an integration with the Microsoft Team Foundation Server.Stability Issues:We had stability issues regarding the TFS integration.Scalability Issues:We didn’t have any scalability issues.Technical Support:In Brazil and India, I thought technical support was really poor. In my case, my tickets were transferred to international support. They weren’t able to help me.Previous Solutions:We did not have a previous solution.Initial Setup:It was very easy to install, like most Microsoft products. I love Microsoft's way of keeping their setups very similar.Cost and Licensing Advice:I don't have enough experience with SharePoint's pricing and licensing to give my opinion.Other Solutions Considered:We didn’t look at alternatives. Integration with TFS was crucial to our teams.Other Advice:I think they can look for free options in the case of small teams of five to ten members. Otherwise, this is an amazing option. I am very satisfied.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Integrates with Office 365 and Active Directory. We went with it because of it's familiarity to our users. Valuable Features:Integration with Office 365 and Active Directory, and access from all our company users as part of the Office 365 licenses. Also, hassle free access from mobile devices to sites, forms, and lists, with powerful content search and preview.Improvements to My Organization:We use it for all intensive document sharing business units and especially for document versioning control (quality control area in manufacturing). We also use the online forms (Infopath) to automate simple procedures.Room for Improvement:The online-local file synchronization application (OneDrive for Business). There is a new release still pending for the sync client from Microsoft to resolve the issue that requires you to have two different versions of the sync client, one for SharePoint Online and one for OneDrive for Business.Use of Solution:I have used SharePoint for two years, since 2014.Stability Issues:We have had no issues with stability.Scalability Issues:We have had no issues with scalability, but you must buy additional storage if you use the given amount within your tenant (enterprise plans: 1 TB + .5 GB per subscribed user).Technical Support:Technical support is really good; fast responses and good resolutions within the standard included support.Previous Solutions:We used SharePoint 2010 on premise. We switched due to the license cost and to give access to all our company users. Also, because SPO was included in the Office 365 plans. As a SaaS, it is always up to date.Initial Setup:Setup was not complex at all. We used third party tools to migrate productive sites and the new sites were created easily. The main difficulty is user adoption. It must be done with a lot of workshops.Cost and Licensing Advice:You can always make a good deal with Microsoft, especially shortly before the end of their fiscal year (July).Other Solutions Considered:We did a business case and technical evaluation of Google Apps and Office 365. The winner was Office 365 due to user familiarity.Other Advice:It is always good to start with a special need in a business unit and show quick wins to other units, as part of the adoption plan.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-02-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's pretty easy to scale services when you require more performance. Valuable Features:SharePoint is the ideal platform in the collaboration scenario where is quite easy to set up document repositories with appropriate permissions with just few mouse clicks.In a publishing/internet scenario, it has a powerful publishing infrastructure that allows editors to publish contents with predefined layouts in a quick and easy way, with features like scheduled publish and unpublish, caching for page load performance and multilingual site support.The search capabilities empower the company to create new kinds of applications that in the past used to be implemented with a web/database application and now can be realized using SharePoint lists and libraries as a backend.Improvements to My Organization:It helped us particularly with document digitalization, both from a repository standpoint and from a project documentation sharing and co-authoring perspective, with great integration with the MS Office suite.It also helped us manage simple processes that used to be carried out through email and now are centralized in a single spot.Room for Improvement:It would be nice if the platform made it easier to implement a complete document management process (digitalization, OCR, protocols, etc.) without the need to integrate software from different vendors.Use of Solution:I’ve been using SharePoint for six years, including previous versions.Stability Issues:We have not really had stability issues, particularly in the 2013 version.Scalability Issues:Once the guidelines and the hardware requirements are fulfilled, the performance result is in line with expectations. Beyond that, SharePoint 2013 has been created with scalability in mind, with all services deployable on an on-demand basis, independently, even on a dedicated machine. In addition, is pretty easy to scale services when you require more performance.Technical Support:Fortunately, we did not encounter major issues, but support has been generally good.Previous Solutions:I did not use a previous solution.Initial Setup:We used a consultancy company to set up the environment and everything has been deployed within the estimated time frame. The seamless integration with Active Directory made it easy to provide access to all company users.Cost and Licensing Advice:Pricing is in line with other enterprise products. For a small company, the cloud version might be more suitable from a licensing cost standpoint. Bigger companies should take a decision based on the size of the IT department and the number of users involved, which can make an on-premises solution more convenient.Other Solutions Considered:We thought about an open source solution, but the features and the support provided wasn’t sufficient to satisfy our organization’s needs.Other Advice:Like other products similar to this, it is very important to pay attention to employee’s training regarding the use of the platform. They should be prepared for the change. Otherwise, they would be tempted to reject it without evaluating properly the advantages.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Provides faster search results and better document search. Data portability between Excel reporting and Power BI allows us to create beautiful company reports. Valuable Features:SharePoint Search. The combination of a central search portal and search-based navigation (search based on predefined metadata) returns faster search results.SharePoint business intelligence. The data portability between SharePoint Excel reporting and Power BI allows power users to quickly create beautiful company reports.Hybrid in SharePoint 2016Improvements to My Organization:SharePoint Search improved document searchability from different sources like file systems and Office 365.SharePoint Reporting and PowerPivot make it much easier to create a company report portal.The SharePoint 2016 on-premises version, Office 365 and ADFS integration allow a good intranet/extranet architecture scenario.Room for Improvement:The workflow engine. MS Workflow Manager is still in Version 1.0 and the future Microsoft strategy for this product is unclear.Requirement dependencies of the initial setup and support could be very complex.Companies often decide to buy workflow products such as K2 or Nintex because of larger features set and better stability.Use of Solution:I have been using SharePoint for five months.Stability Issues:There were issues with a cumulative update for SharePoint.Scalability Issues:The new MinRole feature does not support a small environment. It will be solved with new Feature Pack 1 this year.Technical Support:I rate technical support 3.5/5.Previous Solutions:Our intranet portal was based on in-house development. We moved from legacy to a standard product.Initial Setup:Initial setup using the graphical wizard is very easy, but the recommendation is to use PowerShell scripts. Ready to use scripts like AutoSPInstaller make it much easier.Cost and Licensing Advice:In SharePoint Hybrid Mode, Office 365 User SLs can be used to access your licensed servers deployed on third party shared servers/datacenters via License Mobility using Software Assurance. Check this possibility for saving money.Other Solutions Considered:We evaluated Alfresco and Liferay Portal.Other Advice:Take time to plan your portal information architecture before installation and train your users and create a content editorial group.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We have a gold partnership with Microsoft.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I used it to build tactical solutions such as a document control management system for the Policy and Procedure Department and a case tracker for Legal Counsel. Valuable Features:* Libraries* Lists* The workflow moduleImprovements to My Organization:It improved communication, collaboration and content/record sharing in the organizations I worked for. It helped us manage our documents and records effectively and at a reasonable cost. The TAT for process/document review, approval and publication cycles have significantly improved from maximum of three months for each document down to two weeks.Everyone, from the board level down to the most junior staff, was able to utilize SharePoint for their own needs. I even used it to build a simple tactical solution to fulfill the needs of various units within the organization. Eventually, these solutions became instrumental in building strong business cases that convinced management to adopt fully fledged comprehensive solutions. Examples:* - Routing of documents to be checked within Trade Finance.* - Document control management system for the Policy and Procedure Department.* - Case tracker for Legal Counsel.* - Specialized workspaces for minutes of executive committees and business cases presented there.* - Online approval workflow for executive committee.* - Project tracker workspace.* - ISO surveillance tracker.* - Knowledge management center.* - Etc.Room for Improvement:* Workflow management module* The web page editor* The reporting toolsUse of Solution:I used SharePoint 2007/2013 for six years as the super administrator from the business side.Stability Issues:I definitely encounter stability issues, like all other Microsoft-related solutions.Scalability Issues:I have not encountered any scalability issues. It’s highly robust, and can be scaled further as the organization’s requirements increase.Technical Support:Technical support is bad, as the support is for all other Microsoft products.Previous Solutions:I did not previously use a different solution.Initial Setup:Initial setup was complex, but it was due to our experience and knowledge as an organization. Data deployment was a nightmare as the vendor (a Microsoft business partner) was not well prepared.Cost and Licensing Advice:Don’t really know what to say here. I’d rather not answer. In general, we didn’t have any issues with SharePoint licensing.Other Solutions Considered:We did evaluate other products, but I don’t remember the names at this stage.Other Advice:Go through the vendor-selection process thoroughly. Dig all the information you can about them and try to meet other organizations who utilized them for implementing the solution.I would give Microsoft SharePoint 2007 a lower rating. SharePoint is an excellent solution that is highly scalable. However, like all other Microsoft products, it has some frustrating bugs and other issues relating to customer experience. However, version 2013 showed significant improvement. The level of empowerment for the business administrator significantly improved as well. The solution is cost effective and licensing is highly flexible and straightforward.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-01-22
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