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3 Reasons Why Teams
Trust SentinelOne Vs. Microsoft
Modern enterprise environments are comprised of more than just Windows workstations and servers. While Microsoft Defender + ATP may provide “Advanced Threat Protection” for Windows 10+ endpoints, they lag severely behind in features and coverage for macOS, Linux, and earlier Windows versions.
SentinelOne is better equipped for the unique needs of every organization with support for modern and legacy operating systems and feature parity across Windows, macOS, and Linux. SentinelOne even extends protection to cloud workloads, securing VMs and containers running on AWS, Azure, GCP, Docker, and Kubernetes.
When It Matters Most
In the face of today’s threats, your success comes down to rapid, reliable security. Microsoft customers lack access to in-house experts who can guide & manage their programs, or even respond to security incidents. They also frequently find themselves at the mercy of long customer service lines and disorganized documentation.
SentinelOne’s commitment to customer success is demonstrated by our 97% satisfaction rate (CSAT) and full suite of security services. Our experts gain an intimate understanding of your environment to not only provide direct answers to your questions, but even offload day-to-day monitoring, triage, investigation, and incident response with our Vigilance MDR & DFIR offerings.
In the 2020 MITRE ATT&CK® evaluation, SentinelOne correlated 17x more detection data than Microsoft Defender + ATP—evidence of our superior EDR automation and ability to help SOCs respond faster and more intelligently.
SentinelOne also delivers on ROI by automating tedious, manual processes. Our customers see an average of 353% ROI over 3 years, according to the Forrester Total Economic Impact report.
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Hear from Our Customers
“SentinelOne was playing against some very well established players in the field, and it was a lot more compelling than what the rest was bringing to the table.”