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Kaseya VSA vs Naverisk

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Ratings

Kaseya VSA

Naverisk

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Overall

4.0
4.7

4.8

Meets Requirements

8.3
9.4

9.2

905 responses

Ease of Use

7.5
193 responses
9.1
42 responses

9.3

912 responses

Ease of Setup

6.8
154 responses
9
34 responses

9.4

804 responses

Ease of Admin

7.6
158 responses
9.2
34 responses

9.5

80 responses

Quality of Support

7
179 responses
9.6
41 responses

9.4

876 responses

Ease of Doing Business with

7.3
153 responses
9.5
34 responses

9.6

808 responses

Product Direction (% positive)

6.9
190 responses
9.3
35 responses

9.8

897 responses

Based on G2 Spring 2024

Competitors

Kaseya VSA

Product Summary

Kaseya Virtual System Administrator (VSA) is a cloud-based remote monitoring and management software (RMM) designed with technicians in mind. VSA helps IT teams and managed service providers (MSPs) manage endpoint devices from anywhere and protect them from security threats with threat detection. Automation capabilities allow users to set up repeatable IT processes, auto-remediation of issues, and software patches.

Use Cases

Shortcomings

  • Lack of support for non-Windows devices:
    Users have reported that macOS does not receive adequate support.
  • Cost:
    Kaseya is one of the more expensive IT solutions due to charges for add-ons, long lock-in contracts, and inflexibility with licensing.
  • Complex interface:
    Being proficient with VSA requires a decent amount of training and can take a while to get up and running.

Naverisk

Product Summary

Naverisk is an IT services platform that consolidates remote monitoring and management (RMM), professional services automation (PSA), and service desk tools into one solution. With Naverisk, technicians can easily manage and monitor the entire IT environment. Tools such as patch management, alerts, and automation ensure that endpoints remain up-to-date, and efficient.

Use Cases

  • Remote monitoring:
    Naverisk monitors devices and servers in real time, allowing technicians to diagnose and remediate problems early.
  • Endpoint management:
    Naverisk allows users to manage devices from a single console, keeping them updated and secure. With integrations, technicians can access remote devices.
  • Automation:
    Technicians can code policies to automate routine IT tasks and workflows with open-source scripting.

Shortcomings

  • Search feature issues:
    Users have reported that the search function does not work well, making navigating the platform difficult.
  • Outdated interface:
    Naverisk’s GUI has been described as lacking. Others are asking for more GUI customization to address this.
  • Support for non-Windows OS is lacking:
    Mac and Linux devices do not function well with this solution.

NinjaOne

Why your peers choose us over Kaseya VSA and Naverisk

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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