January 25, 2020
Score 7 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Pulse Connect Secure (SSL-VPN)
Remote access, across all lines of business. Migrating to a model where it’s also used to validate certain elements of third party risk as it relates to meeting specific tech standards for security.
- Reliable links.
- Efficient connection timeouts.
- Noisy SIEM integration.
- Major upgrades are tough to implement.
- Potential to implement tight controls on third party risk.
- Reliable remote access.
There’s a lot of Google searches for knowledge base articles as opposed to just calling an expert and getting a specific quick answer.
Do you think Pulse Connect Secure (VPN) delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Pulse Connect Secure (VPN)'s feature set?
Did Pulse Connect Secure (VPN) live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Pulse Connect Secure (VPN) go as expected?
Would you buy Pulse Connect Secure (VPN) again?
If you can control the rollout of the client the Pulse Connect Secure is user-friendly. We often have a federation of endpoints that we do not control and those endpoints invariably cause pain during major upgrade cycles. It’s also not obvious that some of the default choices (like what type of VPN to use) actually degrades the service.