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Product catalog Harmony endpoint: when 'standard package' and 'additional package'


When looking at the Harmony endpoint catalog - for me it is not clear when we use/propose a standard package and when an additional package.

somebody can explain ?


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All depends on the blades needed by the customer ! Packages available are:

• Data Protection – includes Full Disk Encryption and Removable Media Encryption, including Access Control and Port Protection
• Harmony Endpoint Basic – includes Anti-Malware, Anti-Ransomware, Zero-day Phishing, Advanced Threat Prevention, &
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

Harmony Endpoint Advanced – includes Harmony Endpoint Basic, plus Threat Emulation and Threat Extraction
Harmony Endpoint Complete – includes Harmony Endpoint Advanced, plus Data Security (Full Disk and Media Encryption)
Note: Endpoint Compliance
is provided with all packages

Now look at the difference between standard packages, representing the two most common selection of blades, whereas the Additional packages offering a more granular selection of blades. See here for details

CCSE / CCTE / CCME / CCSM Elite / SMB Specialist
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Thanks, for the reply.

I think I have a misunderstanding of the naming convention. For me you when you have a standard package, you can opt for an additional package.

But it seems this is not the case: you can perfectly install a 'Harmony Enpoint advanced'  (=an additional package) 

Other question:

The best for the user, who needs a endpoint protection and mobile protection, is a standard package 'Harmony Mobile and Endpoint bundle'. Because the sum of the price of the products separately is much higher. 

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