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Score 9 out of 100
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Likelihood to Recommend

Android

Huge collection of supported free apps in Play Store. Supports a wide range of devices. Extremely customizable. Available for mobile and tablet devices, even for desktops and virtual machines.
Waqar Ahmed | TrustRadius Reviewer

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

It is well suited for an administrator team that is accustomed to pointing and clicking on items in a GUI fashion. All of the configurations can be performed this way if one chooses not to go the CLI method way. SUSE Linux works well with Microsoft environments and it's really easy to join a SUSE Linux server to an AD infrastructure as a member server and configure user authentication so that the server's resources can be accessed.
Roger Mialkowski | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

Android

  • Android allows you to customize a lot of things.
  • Using Android SDK allows you to get apps not in the app store.
  • It is very affordable.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

  • Consistently performs well across various CPU architectures.
  • It's very well supported both by the parent company, as well as SAP and other third-party companies.
  • It is upgradeable across versions. We've performed upgrades from version 10 to 11 and from 11 to 12 without any major issues.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Android

  • Lacking in maturity in terms of security handling and ecosystem.
  • Lacking in quality management of apps in Play Store.
  • Lacking in virus protection.
  • Lacking in battery management- several background apps keep running and eating the power.
Waqar Ahmed | TrustRadius Reviewer

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

  • I haven't really faced problems with Suse Linux. But one of our applications generates Excel and Word doc reports on the server. We had a little challenge making it work on Suse Linux, as Suse Linux doesn't support Windows utilities directly.
Amanda Decker | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Android

No score
No answers yet
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8.0
Based on 1 answer
For the breadth of services, features and overall performance, I believe Suse Linux is a great choice for any enterprise. It still has to grow a bit in areas like online help forums and documents, but we are pretty much satisfied with our choice.
Amanda Decker | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Android

Android 8.4
Based on 7 answers
There have been only two times that I have needed to contact Android support for technical issues and both times I received some support. I received more helpful tips from Youtube, so I now bypass support and try to do most of our troubleshooting on my own with these support videos online.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8.6
Based on 2 answers
It's great for basic support issues. But it's less suited for anything that is either obscure or uncommon, and it is very hard to escalate, unless you've built a relationship with your vendor/salesperson.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Android

Android allows users to customize their systems. It is very simple to use and there are a lot of devices running it. The interface has been improving a lot since Android Lollipop and it has been becoming more useful.For developers, Android gives more possibilities and the license for distributing your app is cheaper than the Apple Software Developer Program.
Marcelo Araujo | TrustRadius Reviewer

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

SLES is comparable to RedHat, where both of them have massive customer loyalty in their own niche markets. However, RedHat is much widely used, even though both of them are RPM-based. RedHat has the backing of the USA tech companies which just make them a giant compared to SLES. However, sometimes the application development is much easier in SLES compared to RedHat. Also if you are in the market for a very long term solution based on my experience I would say it is better to go for SLES.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Android

  • We have an Android mobile app and our customers have downloaded more than 5.000 instances in less than two months.
  • With the app our customers don't need to go to our offices to get a support or service.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

  • Compared to others, use is more stable and scalable; easy to manage.
  • The administration tools are very useful in helping the staff performance.
  • SLES proved to be a very extendable product, supporting all of our infrastructure.
  • The major reason I chose to use the product was the extensive enterprise peripheral support.
Carlos Daniel Casañas Bertolo ஃ | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

Android

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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