Webroot Vs. Symantec
Business Endpoint Protection

Webroot offers more security with less impact on system performance.

Searching for a Symantec Endpoint Protection Replacement?

Now that Symantec retired their Endpoint Protection product, you may be looking for a new provider. Looking to switch? We're ready to step in for customers and partners looking to uninstall Symantec in favor of a new solution.

Contact us for pricing or see how they perform head-to-head. Performance testing from PassMark and verified user reviews from G2 Crowd put Webroot way ahead of Symantec in nearly every category compiled.

PassMark March 2019 –
Webroot vs. Symantec

The results are in. When it comes to performance in protecting business endpoints, Webroot is the clear winner. Webroot Business Endpoint Protection is a great alternative to Symantec and works faster with less impact on computing resources. In fact, Webroot outperforms Symantec in each of the following categories:

  • Installation time
  • Installation size
  • CPU usage
  • Memory usage
  • Scheduled scan time
  • File write/open/close

G2 Crowd Peer Reviews

Replacing Symantec with Webroot Business Endpoint Protection is easy to set up and administer. But don’t take our word for it. Crowd reviews from peer-to-peer review site, G2, put Webroot ahead of Symantec in several critical categories:

  • Ease of Use
  • Ease of Setup
  • Ease of Admin

What real customers say

SecureAnywhere Business Endpoint Protection

With Webroot SecureAnywhere® Business - Endpoint Protection offers a revolutionary approach to malware protection. It brings together Webroot's innovative file pattern and predictive behavior recognition technology, with the almost limitless power of cloud computing, to stop known threats and prevent unknown zero-day attacks more effectively than anything else.
SecureAnywhere Business Endpoint Protection
MPN: SAEP
SKU: 112200011
Brand: Webroot

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