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

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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 Licensing
Model: for Microsoft SharePoint
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Product Line: McAfee Security

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Bundled Support: 1 Year Gold Business Support
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Licensing Program: McAfee Protect Plus Program

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

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Pricing Level: Level G
Pricing Range: 1001-2000

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Product Reviews
McAfee Security for Microsoft SharePoint - license is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We are using it for boarding processes, PTO requests and company-wide document management. Valuable Features:I have found SharePoint team sites to produce much more value to our organization. As a consulting company, it allows multiple consultants to collaborate on a team project for a customer.We use SharePoint for company-wide document management.Although the workflow is limited in SharePoint, we have used it for many boarding processes, PTO requests etc.Improvements to My Organization:SharePoint has streamlined many processes and has provided additional organization for our company. It has become a central location for both documents and productivity.Room for Improvement:I would love to see a more robust workflow. There are third-party products such as Nintex and K2 software that can be used. However, I would like to see it built-in the product itself.Use of Solution:I have used this solution for two years.Stability Issues:Some stability issues have been found with the database. From the infrastructure side, most people use dedicated databases for SharePoint so a simple reboot usually fixes the communication issues.Scalability Issues:SharePoint is extremely scalable but requires planning ahead of time.You must answer some questions about your environment in order to determine the number of servers and also as to what SharePoint function(s) they will serve for meeting the demands of your organization.Technical Support:I have never used Microsoft technical support for SharePoint in particular. However, Microsoft support is very good.Previous Solutions:Initially, we were using simple file shares and emails for this purpose.Initial Setup:SharePoint can be very complex to set up initially both in terms of the infrastructure as well as the backend design and implementation. The more scalable the environment, the more complex the setup will be. Generally, third-party consultants will be needed to implement the solution.Cost and Licensing Advice:There are two options with SharePoint. They have an on-premises and a cloud solution as well.Other Solutions Considered:We have not evaluated any other solution before this one.Other Advice:You will need to hire and communicate with a third-party consultant.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We're Microsoft partners.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Among the most useful features are the site permissions and the social enterprise features. Valuable Features:Among the most useful features I like are: the site permissions (distributed governance model), the social enterprise features (micro blogs, activity feeds, community sites, Following, Likes and Reputations), app store, search and query, external data access, security, site management and site customizations.Improvements to My Organization:It's been a process-improvement catalyst in the sense that it enabled and empowered real-time collaboration and dashboard tracking of business intelligence reports and performance analytics. It's certainly reduced the number of hours needed to create, update and maintain worksheets and forms hosted on legacy systems, databases and it also reduced overhead on obsolete file repositories.Room for Improvement:Well, for SharePoint Online, the add-on features which are free tend to expire within a month or earlier. It would be great if these free add-on features would last longer or last permanently.Use of Solution:I have been using SharePoint since 2012.Deployment Issues:We have not encountered any deployment issues, fortunately.Stability Issues:We have not encountered any stability issues.Scalability Issues:We have not encountered any scalability issues.Customer Service:The customer service I would rate a 3.5 out of 5 (5 being highest); responsive, timely, proactive.Technical Support:The tech support I would rate a 3.5 out of 5 (5 being highest); responsive, strategic, proactive and precise.Previous Solutions:We used an open-source CMS (Joomla-based) and due to the limitations, we switched to SharePoint.Initial Setup:Very straightforward setup and not that complex.Implementation Team:We used our in-house support team to deliver the implementation.ROI:Not sure about ROI.Cost and Licensing Advice:Do your due diligence first and conduct an in-depth discovery session with stakeholders prior to designing your solution that uses SharePoint as a platformOther Solutions Considered:We evaluated Alfresco and Confluence, and then decided on SharePoint.Other Advice:Ease of use, ease of setup, ease of administration, ease of configuration, ease of customization... what's not to like? SharePoint's got exactly what you need. Just don't expect too many frills, bells, whistles in terms of UI, but even then, it gets the job done.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Automates the version control, change control, and publication processes. I would like to see a more powerful search feature. Valuable Features:SharePoint’s document management features are by far the most valuable features to me. I was hired to implement a documentation solution. Prior to SharePoint, I was managing version control, change control, and publication manually. SharePoint has allowed us to automate several of these functions.Improvements to My Organization:SharePoint has streamlined our documentation management process by allowing us to automate several functions. The version control function has been particularly useful, helping us keep detailed records of changes to documentation. This automating has removed the risk of human error and streamlined the process.SharePoint has also helped us improve the accessibility of official company documentation across our different teams.In conjunction with SharePoint Designer, we’ve also been able to create a social hub on our SharePoint homepage where we can share news, photos, and company announcements.Room for Improvement:I find the search feature in SharePoint foundation to be limited to the basic document properties. This is at odds to the type of customization that you can apply in the library. For example, we added a field to specify the department but found that the field had little or no bearing on the search results. We found it hard to determine how SharePoint uses the document properties in the search, and whether it uses anything beyond the document title.Once we had a better understanding of Foundation's limitations, we updated our properties accordingly, with a strong focus on the document title property as a search term. This involved an extensive rework of our existing documentation structure and naming conventions to better suit SharePoint. Despite these changes, we still can't seem to get our version of SharePoint to return meaningful results, even when searching an exact document title.I realize that this is a limitation of the version that we are using but I would like the Foundation search criteria to be more clearly defined so that document managers know what they are working with from the start.Use of Solution:We have used this solution since January, 2013. I have been actively involved in the setup and maintenance of our site since January, 2015.Stability Issues:We have had no stability issues that I am aware of.Scalability Issues:So far, we have not had any issues with scalability. We are investigating upgrading to the Enterprise edition in the future, so this may change.Technical Support:Our technical support is all in-house, so I can’t really supply a meaningful response.I have found a wealth of support information (on SharePoint blogs and forums) which has helped me troubleshoot a variety of issues.Previous Solutions:As already mentioned, our previous documentation solution was manual, using a folder structure accessible through Windows Explorer.The switch to SharePoint was motivated by the desire to improve availability of our documentation and to streamline our document management processes.Initial Setup:Initially, I was only involved in the setup of the document management portion of our site. I found it very user-friendly and easy to configure.Since then, I have been involved in the setup and maintenance of a second site from scratch. Although certain aspects have been quite easy to configure, I experienced a lot of difficulty when working with user permissions and content types.The content types were difficult to configure initially. When I need to edit or update certain properties, I could not determine where, or how, to change them. We eventually decided to remove them from our implementation.Cost and Licensing Advice:I’m not able to offer an informed opinion about pricing, but if you are looking for a robust document management system, the Enterprise edition might be the better choice.The metadata features promise to improve the document search function. The built-in document management workflows seem very promising. These are the features motivating our desire to upgrade.Other Solutions Considered:We considered replacing our SharePoint system with Atlassian Confluence. However, we ultimately decided that it did not quite meet our document management needs.SharePoint has built in document management functionality, while Confluence relies on macros and third-party apps. We felt that the risk of relying on potentially unsupported apps outweighed any other benefits.We still use Confluence as a collaborative work space.Other Advice:Our implementation could have been improved by a more detailed implementation plan that mapped out the exact use of each area and how to use it.With this in mind, I would recommend that anyone who is considering SharePoint plan their implementation thoroughly before beginning.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We are a registered Microsoft partner.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I especially value document sharing. I would like to see more freedom given to a power user. Valuable Features:I especially value document sharing.Improvements to My Organization:The product has made document sharing with customers easier instead of emailing.Room for Improvement:I would like to see the following:* More freedom given to a power user* Feature development on a site collection level without the need for farm-level rightsUse of Solution:I have used the product for three years.Stability Issues:I encountered no stability issues.Other Advice:I don't think that this whole review is worth the effort as we are talking about a product (Sharepoint 2010) that is six years old, close to end of life, and not sold anymore. People who are new to this will certainly look for the latest version which I have no experience with.We are mainly using the document sharing feature to share documents with customers in a secure way.Actual development depends on server-side tools (Visual Studio running on the Sharepoint server itself), administrator access rights, and activities that cannot be done from machines. I guess this is by design, and probably is not going to be changed.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-03-27
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
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