1E Digital Employee Experience (DEX) Platform vs. Google Endpoint Management

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
1E Digital Employee Experience (DEX) Platform
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
The 1E Tachyon single agent and platform is a remote endpoint management solution designed to significantly improve IT’s ability to support the Work From Anywhere Enterprise. It provides endpoint diagnostics and remediation, end-user experience management and monitoring, and service delivery for ServiceNow ITSM.N/A
Google Endpoint Management
Score 9.8 out of 10
N/A
Google Endpoint Management is a UEM / MDM solution that controls access to company Google Workspaces, and provides security functionality for Android and iOS mobile devices, as well as Windows and macOS accessing resources or tools remotely. Features include screen or device lock, remote data wipe, limiting access based on device type or user, remote user logout, and centralized management of devices through a Google Workspace admin console. There is no cost for Google Endpoint…
$6
per month
Pricing
1E Digital Employee Experience (DEX) PlatformGoogle Endpoint Management
Editions & Modules
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Google Workspace - Business Starter
$6
Per User / Per Month
Google Workspace - Business Standard
$12
Per User / Per Month
Google Workspace - Business Plus
$18
Per User / Per Month
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
1E Digital Employee Experience (DEX) PlatformGoogle Endpoint Management
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
1E Digital Employee Experience (DEX) PlatformGoogle Endpoint Management
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
(1 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Usability
8.0
(1 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
1E Digital Employee Experience (DEX) PlatformGoogle Endpoint Management
Likelihood to Recommend
1E
When we are needing to patch workstations for zero-day vulnerabilities or security risks, Tachyon Explorer is our go-to tool to push out those settings quickly. We have a Tachyon server stood up in our DMZ to communicate with the workstations outside of our VPN, so we can push those settings or patches to devices without needing them to attach to our network. It's really nice to be able to communicate with the computers that rarely connect to our corporate network and ensure that they are still protected. We do have the 1E Client installed on all of our internal servers in order to get inventory and licensing information, but we don't typically utilize the Tachyon software on the servers for much else. A different team handles those computers and often requires change management, so expedited changes don't happen often there. Standard deployment and patching tools do the job.
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Google
Google Endpoint securely manages data, more so the sensitive one, by developing passwords that are strong and complex. Further, Google Endpoint remotely updates or installs software and other details. For purposes of synchronization, Google Endpoint is adequately available and helpful. Lastly, has a utility management scope, and the deployment process is simplistic.
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Pros
1E
  • Extremely quick responses from Tachyon Explorer provides immediate feedback
  • Automated software reclaim for unused software keeps our licensing costs down
  • Guaranteed State gives us peace of mind that our required policy settings will remain intact
  • Tachyon Experience gives an in-depth insight into proactive performance troubleshooting
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Google
  • Google Endpoint has a network support system that is wireless.
  • Further, there is remote installation or update from Google Endpoint.
  • Lastly, Google Endpoint manages data without compromise or setbacks.
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Cons
1E
  • They currently don't have all of their products incorporated into the Tachyon web interface, meaning that we need a separate administration console for using their Shopping product.
  • The 1E Tachyon Exchange is an online repository for common or useful instructions, but it is still a bit lacking. New instructions aren't published very often.
  • Writing your own custom instructions for Tachyon Explorer has a bit of a learning curve if you aren't already familiar with SQL queries or their SCALE language. There is published documentation for SCALE, but I'd like to see them add a basic functionality course to their online training portal.
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Google
  • Google Endpoint lacks proper online templates, for training.
  • Google Endpoint is not a flexible or configurable application unless the developer does.
  • Google Endpoint consumes some system space, making the device load much.
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Usability
1E
1E Tachyon has plenty of features and functionality right out of the box. They offer a Tachyon Exchange web portal where you can go to download new Tachyon product packs as they become available through consulting engagements and customer requests. Sometimes you might need to do something more specific or customized than what is available to everyone, and that's when your own knowledge is put to the test. Being able to write your own SCALE code would be invaluable, but takes a while to learn if you aren't already familiar with SQL, PowerShell, or a few other popular languages. Making it your own can definitely take some work, but it's worth it in the end.
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Google
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Alternatives Considered
1E
Microsoft has good intentions, but they are often late to the table. On more than one occasion, we have seen Microsoft incorporate a new feature into their own products, but it's something that 1E had already been offering for a year or more. By the time Microsoft adds a new feature, it has already been in our 1E toolbox and even then doesn't seem to have all of the additional functionality that we get from the 1E software. Currently, we're starting to see Microsoft's push for endpoint performance analytics, which 1E Tachyon has already done impressively for some time now.
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Google
Google Endpoint has a remote control, which simplifies tasks, and it's not a must for a person to install the software on the required device. Also, Google Endpoint has a free version, and the monthly subscription amount is small. The training and installation process are all fair, effective, and effortless
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Return on Investment
1E
  • Being able to deploy configuration changes while devices are off-network was a real-life-saver for us during the sudden work-from-home scenarios we faced during the pandemic.
  • Reclaiming unused software licenses has provided some additional budget to use towards other products, and helps us to justify the cost of what we already have.
  • Using Experience to proactively troubleshoot performance issues not only reduces the number of help desk tickets but also provides a better work environment for our employees.
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Google
  • Data safety is one of the perfect returns from Google Endpoint.
  • Inventory management ensures proper use of the company's resources.
  • Automatic installations and updates saves on time and expenses.
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