Datto vs Hexnode

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Ratings

Datto

Hexnode

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Overall

4.5
4.6

4.8

Meets Requirements

8.9
45 responses
9.1
170 responses

9.2

905 responses

Ease of Use

7.2
172 responses
9
169 responses

9.3

912 responses

Ease of Setup

7.8
32 responses
9
151 responses

9.4

804 responses

Ease of Admin

8.2
33 responses
9.1
149 responses

9.5

80 responses

Quality of Support

8.2
42 responses
9.3
162 responses

9.4

876 responses

Ease of Doing Business with

8.5
31 responses
9.2
142 responses

9.6

808 responses

Product Direction (% positive)

9.7
39 responses
9.1
166 responses

9.8

897 responses

Based on G2 Spring 2024

Competitors

Datto

Product Summary

Datto, a Kaseya company, is an IT management business that offers RMM, network management, PSA, and data protection solutions. Datto allows IT departments and MSPs to manage their businesses and provide IT services from a single platform. Additionally, Datto solutions are scalable and customizable to adapt to IT environments.

Use Cases

Shortcomings

  • Patch management issues:
    When patches and other related tasks fail, it’s difficult to troubleshoot since Datto does not provide enough specific error information for users.
  • Customer support:
    Some G2 users have stated that Datto’s customer support can be inconsistent regarding response time and tailored answers to each IT ticket.
  • Full trial:
    Whereas Datto limits functionality at the start to lure you into signing a contract, NinjaOne allows you to use their entire platform so you can fully understand their solution from the beginning.

Hexnode

Product Summary

Hexnode is a cloud-based, unified management solution that allows IT teams to manage endpoints from a centralized console. The platform employs monitoring and management features to secure, track, and manage corporate-owned and personal devices.

Use Cases

  • OS support:
    Hexnode supports major desktop operating systems such as Windows and macOS.
  • Remote management:
    The platform allows IT admins to execute various remote actions on their endpoints.
  • Device enrollment:
    Hexnode offers different enrollment methods ranging from no-touch to minimal touch for on-boarding devices.

Shortcomings

  • Linux support:
    Hexnode doesn’t have a direct way to manage on-premise Linux computers, which is a drawback for those who use the operating system.
  • Basic features:
    Some basic features that are available on most UEMs in their basic tiers are only available on Hexnode’s highest plans.
  • Scalability:
    Hexnode’s capability mainly caters to small to medium-sized organizations and might need help handling large-scale enterprises.

NinjaOne

Why your peers choose us over Datto and Hexnode

NinjaOne sets itself apart with its exceptional customer reviews, usability and comprehensive integration options, positioning it ahead of its competitors. The platform’s interface is expertly crafted for both quick adoption and ease of use, vital for dynamic IT environments. This focus on user experience doesn’t compromise its robust feature set, which is designed to boost operational efficiency, an area where many competitors struggle.

In terms of integration, NinjaOne shines by offering extensive compatibility with a wide array of third-party applications, an area where other RMM solutions often have limitations. This makes it a more adaptable choice for varied IT ecosystems. Furthermore, NinjaOne’s scalability and performance consistency, even in large network scenarios, mark it as a superior option. Enhanced by advanced, customizable reporting tools, NinjaOne emerges as a leading choice for IT professionals seeking a dependable, efficientRMM platform.

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