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Likelihood to Recommend

LuxSci

Apparently secure website hosting and email. Perhaps could have some better background on common website features.
John Krawczyk | TrustRadius Reviewer

Voltage SecureMail

Larger corporations that require identity-based encryption would benefit from the product. Smaller corporations that want a more feature-rich product with a better user experience would not benefit as much
David Strom | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

LuxSci

  • Security for email.
  • Some email spam protection.
  • Security for websites.
John Krawczyk | TrustRadius Reviewer

Voltage SecureMail

  • Cloud-based portal making it easier to implement for smaller businesses
  • Plug ins for Outlook and Office 365 email apps to make one-button encryption easier for users to activate. For Office apps like Word et al you have a special menu that you can add users to your senders and specify access rights to encrypt your messages from within these apps.
  • An add-on utility to encrypt any sized files is part of the package. Many of its competitors have limits on email attachment size, this is a way around these limits.
  • The product does support integration with a third-party tool from Digital Guardian (https://digitalguardian.com/) for DLP features.
David Strom | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

LuxSci

  • Unable to provide email script for their servers.
  • Email filtering sometimes false negatives.
  • Sometimes difficulty with tech support.
  • Development requests pending for 2 years now.
John Krawczyk | TrustRadius Reviewer

Voltage SecureMail

  • Its web-portal is pretty bare bones, unlike some competitors that are more feature-rich
  • Its documentation is also voluminous, making it hard to find something since it is spread across multiple manuals for particular features.
  • It doesn't support IMAP connections, unlike some of its competitors.
David Strom | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

LuxSci

No answers on this topic

Voltage SecureMail

I think SecureMail is showing its age -- it is based on the Voltage product that HPE purchased a few years ago and hasn't really been updated since then substantially. Its documentation and web portal aren't as useful as some of the other products, and Zix has better DLP integration that is part of the base product, rather than an add-on
David Strom | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

LuxSci

  • Cost-effective. I manage (poorly) multiple websites myself & with the help of Luxsci tech support.
  • Generally, things work.
  • I wish they had more info on what I think are common issues with websites or email.
John Krawczyk | TrustRadius Reviewer

Voltage SecureMail

  • Decided not to use the product after looking at competitors.
David Strom | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

LuxSci

General

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

Voltage SecureMail

General

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

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