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Comparison: Apple HomePod Vs Google Home Vs Amazon Echo Apple HomePod Vs Google Home Vs Amazon Echo 1. Apple HomePod

Apple HomePad is one of the newest smart speakers among Google Home and Amazon echo. This device is set up with Siri and other Apple smart devices. This smart speaker was launched in the US back in 2023 and about to launch in India as well. HomePod comes with seven speakers(tweeter) and a dedicated woofer setup (for custom amplifier) as well. With the superior sound quality, you can command Siri from anywhere (like from a room or living area) and she will hear your voice commands. Some of the Pros and Cons of Apple HomePod are:

Built-in Apple Music integration

High fidelity audio quality

Apple’s focus on privacy

Compatible with HomeKit

Ambient Siri for digital assistant


Only compatible with Apple devices

No Bluetooth compatibility

No Alexa or Google Assistant

Need to AirPlay other music streaming services

2. Google Home

One of the most iconic smart speakers from Google. This device enables users to speak through voice commands to interact through Google Assistant. You can use this smart speaker in a house with third-party integrated service which allows users to control playback of photos and videos, listen to music or receive any new updates through Google Assistant. Google Home (Google Nest devices) has integrated support for home automation through which you can control your home appliances(smart) with your voice command. Some of the Pros and Cons of Google Home are:


Can cast a video to your TV, identify differently voices, cast audio to multiple devices.

Supports Google Play Music and YouTube Music.

Ability to answer all questions and pretty good sound quality.

Customizable appearance and Aesthetic design.

Bluetooth audio streaming and works with Spotify accounts.


Can’t read or send emails and messages.

Firmware and features updates are not available to all regions.

Lags in third-party support when compared to Amazon Echo.

Lacks physical buttons on the top of the device and doesn’t have an audio out port.

No intercom feature and doesn’t hear from a distance too.

3. Amazon Echo

Amazon Echo (3rd Gen) is a highly affordable smart speaker as compare to Apple HomePod and Google Home. With decent audio quality and 360-degree speakers (Dolby-digital), Alexa is pretty capable in digital assistant and fully integrated with your Amazon account. This device is compatible with all smartphones and smart home devices like controlling your home smart lights, music streaming services, etc. Command Alexa to play music and tell her to play music from different music streaming services includes Apple and Amazon music, add items to your shopping list and many more. Some of the Pros and Cons of the Amazon Echo are:


Integrates with your Amazon account

Compatible with iOS and Android

Works with Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, etc. with skills

Very affordable

Lets you call and message others


Privacy concerns

Audio quality is not as good compared to HomePod and Google Home

Apple services are not built-in

Comparison Table

Apple HomePad Google Home Amazon Echo

Assistant Siri Google Assistant Alexa

Music Support Apple Music Google Play Music, Spotify Premium, YouTube Music, Pandora, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Amazon Music, Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify Premium, Pandora, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Audible

Multi-room Yes with AirPlay 2 Yes with Chromecast Audio Yes, with multiple Echo speakers

Smart Home & third-party support Yes, through HomeKit only Yes Yes

Microphones 6 far-field +

1 low-frequency calibration microphone

2 far-field 7 far-field

Speakers 7x tweeter + woofer 2-inch driver + 2x 2-inch passive radiators 0.6-inch tweeter + 2.5-inch woofer

Connectivity Wi-Fi

(Bluetooth currently unknown)

Bluetooth & Wi-Fi Bluetooth & Wi-Fi

Dimensions and Weight 172 x 142mm


142.8 x 96.4mm


148 x 88mm


Price $299 $99 $74.99


Since the above three are best in smart speakers and I will go with Google Home(personally) as Google is better sounding and great compatibility with all smartphones despite these two (Apple HomePod and Amazon Echo). Google home is easily customizable and easy to use with Chromecast as well. If you want a decent one in terms of price and sound, then the Amazon Echo is best. And if you are very much concerned about the privacy, Apple HomePod will deliver beyond your expectations.

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Amazon Chime Vs Skype: Detailed Comparison

Amazon Chime vs Skype: Feature Breakdown 1. Calling Features

Both the Amazon Chime, and Skype, offer some really great calling features. Adding contacts is easy in Amazon Chime, but not so much in Skype (at least, I’ve never found Skype to be particularly good at this). Once you’ve added your contacts, calling them is easy on both Amazon Chime, and Skype, and both the services have equally good audio quality, so you can’t go wrong with either choice. However, there is one place where Skype leaves Amazon Chime in the dust: calling phone numbers. It’s not always a given, that the person you need to contact is on the same application as you are, which is where Skype’s competitively priced calling rates really knock it out of the park.

When it comes to video calls, both the Amazon Chime, and Skype are great performers. The quality of video calls are as good as expected, and stable. It’s important to note that if you’re using Chime on an unstable connection, it will refuse to launch the video. However, you will still be able to connect on voice call.

2. Screen Sharing

In Amazon Chime, you can even request to control the other user’s screen remotely. This will definitely come in handy in meetings, and video calls where you’re trying to make plans, etc. Meanwhile, even though Skype allows Screen Sharing for free, you can subscribe to one of the paid plans for Skype for Business, to be able to remotely control another user’s screen.

3. Record Meetings

To get this feature in Skype, you will have to subscribe to one of the “Skype for Business” plans, which is not a big deal, because the recording feature that Amazon Chime offers is a part of the “Amazon Chime Pro plan”, which will cost you almost $15 per month, per user. Also, Skype for Business can record audio, as well as video, something that Amazon Chime can’t do (yet).

4. Share Documents and Media

Both Skype, and Amazon Chime come with the capability to share documents, and media. Although, being oriented towards both consumers, and enterprises, one would expect Amazon Chime to have more options for sharing documents, and media. However, as it turns out, Skype offers a lot more flexibility when it comes to they types of files you can send. With Skype, you can send documents, and images, as well as contacts, location, and video messages. However, Amazon Chime only lets users send documents, or media (such as images).

5. Instant and Scheduled Meetings

Since Amazon Chime is aimed primarily at enterprises, it includes a host of powerful meeting features; something that is present in Skype for Business, as well. However, personally, I find the intuitive way in which Amazon Chime works, much better than Skype.

Instant Meetings start at the very same moment. You simply select the people you want to invite, and the meeting starts off. Invitees get notifications that they’re invited to a meeting, and they can join, decline, or send a message if they’re running late.

Scheduled Meetings, on the other hand, are made by creating a meeting in the calendar application of your choice, and adding invitees. Amazon Chime also gives you some important information that you have to add in the description for the meeting, so the invitees can attend it. This information contains various methods to connect to the meeting, and every invitee can choose to connect whichever way they prefer.

Amazon Chime offers very clear instructions about how to create a scheduled meeting, so you don’t really have to worry about anything, except following the instructions.

FeatureAmazon Chime BasicAmazon Chime PlusAmazon Chime ProSkype FreeSkype for Business

Voice CallingYes, 1:1YesYesYes, up to 25Yes

Video CallingYes, 1:1YesYesYes, up to 25Yes

Screen SharingNoYesYesYesYes

Remote ControlNoYesYesNoYes

Record Meeting AudioNoNoYesNoYes

Record Meeting VideoNoNoNoNoYes

Share Documents and MediaYesYesYesYesYes

Share Location, ContactsNoNoNoYesYes

Amazon Chime vs Skype: Platform Availability

Platform Availability is a very important factor when it comes to apps that offer online meeting features. After all, not every one in a company will be using the same platform, which is why it’s important to support at least the most popular platforms – another area where Skype fares much better than Amazon Chime.

Amazon Chime is available on Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS. It can also be used in the browser itself, if need be.

Skype, on the other hand, is available on Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Windows, macOS, and Linux. Plus, it can be used on a browser, as well.

Amazon Chime vs Skype: Pricing and Plans 1. Amazon Chime

Amazon Chime offers 3 plan options for you to choose from:

Amazon Chime Basic (Free): This is the free tier of the Amazon Chime service, and will only let you make 1:1 audio, and video calls. You will also get access to chats, and chat rooms on all your devices

Amazon Chime Plus ($2.50 per user, per month): The Amazon Chime Plus plan comes with all the features of Amazon Chime Basic, along with support for screen sharing, and a host of IT management tools.

Amazon Chime Pro ($15 per user, per month): The highest tier in the Amazon Chime service, this plan offers all the features of Amazon Chime Plus, and adds the ability to record meetings, get personalized meeting URLs, and the ability to join meetings with a standard phone line.

2. Skype for Business

Skype is divided into two different categories: Skype, and Skype for Business. Skype is free to use, and doesn’t require any subscription. However, Skype for Business has two tiers:

Office 365 Business Essentials ($5 per user per month): This is the most affordable tier of the two, and offers audio, HD video, and web conferencing, along with the ability to share your presentations, and transfer control to other members, schedule meetings, and do a lot more.

Amazon Chime vs Skype: Use Cases

If you’re planning on using the free version of Skype, you should know that it only supports up to 25 people, and doesn’t really incorporate meetings in the traditional way. Of course, you can still use it as an online meeting application, but for real productivity, you’ll do better if you subscribed to one of the “Skype for Business” plans that Microsoft offers.

Amazon Chime, on the other hand, can only be used as a meeting application with one of the paid subscriptions. The free tier only includes 1:1 video calling, which makes the “Amazon Chime Basic” plan rather meek when it comes to remote, online meetings for enterprises. However, if you subscribe to the “Amazon Chime Plus”, or “Pro” plans, you’ll get access to a host of great features for your enterprise.

To sum it up, if you’re looking for a casual video calling application, you can use Skype, or the “Amazon Chime Basic” plan. However, I would recommend using Skype, because it allows video conferencing between a maximum of 25 people. After all, you wouldn’t always use a casual video conferencing application for just video calling with one single person at a time.

However, if you’re looking for an enterprise solution for your online meetings, I think the “Amazon Chime Pro” plan has a lot of potential in it. After all, it is based on the AWS cloud infrastructure, which is one of the best enterprise cloud computing solutions there are. Plus, I personally find the Amazon Chime app much easier to understand, and use. For what it’s worth, though, the Skype for Business app can also serve you well, when it comes to enterprise solutions for online meetings, so the choice is entirely yours to make.

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Google Nexus 6P Vs Iphone 6S Plus Comparison



Our Verdict

It’s too early to come to a definitive verdict, but it’s fairly safe to assume that existing iPhone owners aren’t likely to be lured to Android because of the 6P, and that Android users will be put off by the 6S Plus’ high prices. They’re tempting upgrades from older Nexus phones and iPhones, but it’s worth remembering that their large dimensions aren’t very pocket friendly.

The Nexus 6P is Google’s second stab at a phablet, and you could say the same about the iPhone 6S Plus even if one is more revolutionary than evolutionary. If you’re trying to decide between these two, our Google Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus comparison will help you choose the best to buy.

We’ve used our hands-on time with the 6P and iPhone 6S Plus to make these comparisons, but we’ve yet to benchmark the 6P or test either phone for battery life. With that in mind, let’s look at price, build and design, screens, connectivity and cameras. Also see: Best MiFi 2023.

Google Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus: Price

The 16GB version of the iPhone costs £619, 64GB is £699 and the 128GB model is £789 – the same prices as for the iPhone 6 Plus last year.

Google offers the Nexus 6P in three more sensible capacities: 32GB for £499, 64GB for £499 and 128GB for £579. Quite a saving in anyone’s book.

Neither phone has expandable storage, so make sure you can live with the capacity you’re intending to buy, and don’t forget the usable capacity is always a bit less than the quoted figure.

Google Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus: Design and build

The Huawei-built 6P is a brand new design and the phone is Google’s flagship for 2023/2023, the first to get Android Marshmallow. It’s also the first all-metal Nexus and benefits from lessons learned by last year’s Nexus 6: the too-big phablet. In fact, the 6P is virtually identical to the 6S Plus in size, despite the bigger, higher-resolution screen. It’s lighter by 14g but few people will be able to notice this.

Here’s the Nexus 6 against the 6P:

Apple’s 6S Plus may have lots of underlying changes, but is more an evolution of the 6 Plus. So from a design perspective, no-one will know whether you’ve got a 6 Plus or a 6S Plus unless you opt for the new Rose Gold finish. And if you’re the type that needs to be seen with the latest and greatest phone, it’s a bit of a problem.

Both phones have top-notch build quality, but the iPhone is the more attractive with its softer rounded edges and screen whose edges also curve slightly to meet the edges. There’s also no ugly black strip which – for us at least – takes away from the 6P’s beauty. Make no mistake, the Nexus looks and feels like a flagship phone in a way none of its predecessors have, and it’s no more expensive than the Nexus 6.

There’s a choice of colours: Space Grey, Silver and Rose Gold for the iPhone; silver, black and white for the Nexus.

The Nexus has a fingerprint scanner on the back, in common with other Huawei phones. Some will like this as it’s easy to train yourself to pick up the phone with your index finger in the right place to fall directly onto it – this wakes and unlocks the phone.

With the iPhone 6S Plus you have to press the home button, but the improved Touch ID is so fast at recognising your fingerprint it’s no different from pushing the home button to wake an older iPhone without Touch ID. With the 6S though, that quick press also unlocks the phone.

Here’s the iPhone 6 Plus next to the Nexus 6P (we didn’t have a 6S Plus to hand at the 6P launch event, but it’s useful as a size comparison since the 6S Plus is essentially the same):

We prefer the button positions on the 6P, with the volume rocker and power next to each other. On the iPhone, the power button is directly opposite the volume up button which means you sometimes turn it off when attempting to increase volume or use that button to take a photo.

On the bottom of each phone is a charge / sync port, Lightning on the iPhone and USB Type C on the 6P. Both are reversible, so you don’t need to think when you attach a cable: there’s no upside down.

While we hate proprietary connectors, Lightning is so common that even if you forget your cable, chances are someone can lend you one. It will take a while before USB Type C is ubiquitous, but it’s a welcome improvement over microUSB.

Google Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus: Screen

With 3D Touch, the iPhone offers a new way to interact with iOS beyond tapping and swiping. The ability to achieve different things depending on how hard you push makes it surprisingly fast to send a message to a favourite contact, or jump straight to selfie mode in the camera app. It’s still early days, but app developers will undoubtedly add support for 3D Touch over the next weeks and months.

It’s a great screen, too, just as the iPhone 6 Plus’ was. The 100 percent sRGB coverage, high brightness, high contrast and wide viewing angles make it a joy to look at photos, watch videos and play games. Its 401ppi is lower than the 6P’s 515ppi, but we’d question whether the increased resolution is necessary or even noticeable at normal viewing distances.

That’s not to say the 6P is worse, of course. There’s quite a wow factor associated with combining the 2560×1440 resolution with Super AMOLED technology. Colours really pop and – with the right image on screen – the extra detail is clear to see when you look close up.

Google Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus: Connectivity and specs

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS and a stack of sensors: both phones have them and there’s not much to differentiate them (details are in the table below). In the iPhone NFC is only for Apple Pay, though.

As you’d expect, both also support 4G on multiple bands. Both have a single nano SIM slot.

Google Nexus 6P

Apple iPhone 6S Plus


5.7in 2560×1440-pixel Quad HD AMOLED screen, 515ppi

5.5in 1920×1080-pixel IPS LCD 3D Touch screen, 401ppi


Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1 octa-core processor at 2.0GHz

Apple A9


32/64/128GB storage

16/64/128GB storage




Operating System

Android Marshmallow 6.0

iOS 9

Main camera

12.3MP main camera, dual-LED flash, support for 4K video at 30fps

12MP main camera, dual-LED flash, support for 4K video at 30fps

Front camera

8MP secondary camera

5MP secondary camera


802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi with 2×2 MIMO

802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi with 2×2 MIMO


Bluetooth 4.2

Bluetooth 4.2






Yes, for Apple Pay

Wireless charging













Google Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus: Cameras

Both Apple and Huawei/Google understand that more isn’t better when it comes to megapixels. They both have 12Mp cameras, the 6S Plus using 1.22µ pixels and the 6P having slightly larger 1.55µ pixels.

We have yet to properly test the 6P, and certainly not yet under identical conditions to the iPhone. Both should deliver decent quality in different light conditions, and improve upon their predecessors in low light especially.

The 6P has an IR laser autofocus system, can shoot slo-mo video at 240fps. There’s also a burst mode which takes photos at 30fps.

That brings it in line with the iPhone 6S’s shooting modes, albeit with the exception of Time-lapse, but there are plenty of apps if you want speeded-up video from your Nexus 6P.

Meanwhile, the iPhone adds support for 4K video at 30fps, catching up with the Nexus line – the Nexus 6 could shoot 4K but the iPhone 6 Plus could not.

The 6P has an 8Mp front camera which will – in theory – be better than the 5Mp unit in the iPhone 6S Plus, but we’ll have to wait until we can test them side by side to know for sure.

One neat trick up the iPhone’s sleeve is a front ‘flash’: the screen. It can briefly flash up to three times brighter than normal to illuminate selfies, or add a little fill-in light when needed.

Specs iPhone 6s Plus: Specs

A9 chipset


5.5in 1080p display

3D Touch

12Mp rear facing camera

4K video recording

Live Photos

Front facing 5Mp camera with display flash

Bluetooth 4.2

dual band Wi-Fi


iOS 9



Apparmor Vs. Selinux Comprehensive Comparison

In world of cybersecurity, there are two commonly used tools for enforcing mandatory access control (MAC) policies on Linux systems: AppArmor and SELinux. Both of these tools provide a layer of security by limiting actions that a particular process or application can take on a system. In this article, we will be taking a comprehensive look at both AppArmor and SELinux and compare their features and capabilities.

Overview of AppArmor and SELinux

AppArmor and SELinux are both Linux security modules (LSMs) that can be used to protect a system from various security threats. They are designed to restrict actions of applications, processes, and users on a system. Both tools use MAC policies to determine what actions are allowed and what actions are not.

AppArmor was developed by Novell, and it was initially released in 2005. It is an LSM that is designed to be easy to use and deploy. AppArmor uses a profile-based approach to security, where each application has its own security profile. These profiles specify what actions an application can take, such as accessing certain files or network ports.

On other hand, SELinux was developed by US National Security Agency (NSA) and was first released in 2000. SELinux is a more complex LSM that uses a mandatory access control (MAC) policy. This policy specifies what actions are allowed on a system and what actions are not. Unlike AppArmor, SELinux is not profile-based, and it requires a lot of configuration to set up.

Ease of Use

One of major differences between AppArmor and SELinux is ease of use. AppArmor is designed to be easy to use and deploy, while SELinux is more complex and requires a lot of configuration.

AppArmor uses a profile-based approach to security, where each application has its own security profile. These profiles are easy to create and modify, making it simple to apply security policies to new applications. Additionally, AppArmor is easy to use because it is integrated with many Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, Debian, and OpenSUSE. This integration makes it simple to deploy AppArmor and start using it right away.

In contrast, SELinux is more complex and difficult to use. It requires a lot of configuration to set up, and it does not use a profile-based approach to security. Instead, SELinux uses a mandatory access control (MAC) policy, which specifies what actions are allowed on a system and what actions are not. This policy can be difficult to understand and configure, making SELinux a more challenging LSM to use.


Another important factor to consider when comparing AppArmor and SELinux is their performance. Both tools have an impact on system performance, but extent of that impact varies.

AppArmor is known for having a lower impact on system performance compared to SELinux. This is because AppArmor uses a profile-based approach to security, which is less complex than mandatory access control (MAC) policy used by SELinux. Additionally, AppArmor profiles can be compiled into kernel, which can reduce overhead of enforcing security policies.

On other hand, SELinux is known for having a higher impact on system performance compared to AppArmor. This is because SELinux uses a mandatory access control (MAC) policy, which is more complex than profile-based approach used by AppArmor. Additionally, SELinux policies cannot be compiled into kernel, which can result in higher overhead when enforcing security policies.


Flexibility is another factor to consider when comparing AppArmor and SELinux. Both tools have different levels of flexibility in terms of what actions they can restrict and how those restrictions are applied.

AppArmor is more flexible in terms of what actions it can restrict. This is because AppArmor uses a profile-based approach to security, which allows for granular control over what actions an application can take. This means that it is easy to restrict specific actions, such as accessing a particular file or network port, without affecting other actions that are allowed.

On other hand, SELinux is less flexible in terms of what actions it can restrict. This is because SELinux uses a mandatory access control (MAC) policy, which restricts all actions that are not explicitly allowed. This means that it can be difficult to restrict specific actions without also restricting other actions that are allowed.

However, SELinux is more flexible in terms of how restrictions are applied. SELinux policies can be customized to apply different levels of security based on context in which an application is running. This means that SELinux can provide stronger security in situations where it is needed, such as in a high-security environment.

Community Support

Community support is an important factor to consider when choosing a security tool. Both AppArmor and SELinux have active communities of users and developers, but there are differences in level of support available.

AppArmor has a large and active community of users and developers. It is integrated with many Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, Debian, and OpenSUSE. This means that there are many resources available for learning about AppArmor and getting help with any issues that may arise.

SELinux also has a large and active community of users and developers, but it is less integrated with Linux distributions. This means that it can be more difficult to get started with SELinux and find resources for learning about it.

AppArmor vs. SELinux in Table Format





No – audit2allow and system-config-selinux

Yes – Yast wizard

Powerful Policy Setup

Yes – Very complex


Default and Recommended integration



Training and Vendor Support

Yes – Redhat

Yes – Novell

Recommended for

Advanced Users

New/Advanced Users


Pathname based system does not require labelling or relabelling filesystem

Attaches labels to all files, processes and objects

Examples of AppArmor and SELinux in Action

To better understand how AppArmor and SELinux work in practice, here are some examples of how they can be used to enforce security policies on a Linux system.

Example 1: Restricting Access to Files

Suppose you have an application that needs to access a specific file on your Linux system. You want to restrict access to this file so that only application can access it.

With AppArmor, you can create a profile for application that specifies which files it is allowed to access. This profile can be easily modified to restrict access to specific file in question.

With SELinux, you can create a policy that allows application to access specific file in question, while restricting access to other files.

Example 2: Restricting Access to Network Ports

Suppose you have a server running on your Linux system that listens on a specific network port. You want to restrict access to this port so that only certain applications can connect to it.

With AppArmor, you can create a profile for server that specifies which network ports it is allowed to listen on. This profile can be easily modified to restrict access to specific port in question.

With SELinux, you can create a policy that allows server to listen on specific port in question, while restricting access to other ports.


In conclusion, both AppArmor and SELinux are powerful tools for enforcing mandatory access control (MAC) policies on Linux systems. AppArmor is designed to be easy to use and deploy, while SELinux is more complex and requires a lot of configuration to set up. AppArmor has a lower impact on system performance compared to SELinux, but SELinux is more flexible in terms of how restrictions are applied. Both tools have active communities of users and developers, but AppArmor is more integrated with Linux distributions. Ultimately, choice between AppArmor and SELinux depends on specific security requirements and constraints of your system.

Sentinelone Vs Crowdstrike: Endpoint Security Comparison

The two companies provide similar platforms and serve comparable user bases, but the two companies differ in key areas, like industry focus, use cases, and reach.

See below for a close comparison of SentinelOne vs. Crowdstrike to determine which endpoint security and extended detection and response (XDR) vendor best meets your company’s cybersecurity needs:

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The SentinelOne endpoint security portfolio features these key offerings:

Main software: Singularity XDR Platform, SentinelOne for Zero Trust, and SentinelOne Data for data management.

Services: Managed detection and response (MDR), digital forensics and incident response (DFIR), threat hunting, compromise assessments, guided onboarding, customer support, account management, and user training.

Overall: SentinelOne offers fewer platform solutions and modules to choose from but more industry verticals are represented for different types of customers.

The Crowdstrike endpoint security portfolio includes these primary offerings:

Main software: Crowdstrike Falcon Endpoint Protection Platform, Crowdstrike Threat Graph database for cybersecurity, Crowdstrike Zero Trust, and Humio for observability and log management.

Modules and specialized areas: Endpoint security, device control, firewall management, cloud security posture management (CSPM), container security, cloud workload protection (CWP), identity threat detection and protection, MDR, threat hunting, intrusion analysis, automated cyber threat intelligence, digital risk monitoring, security hygiene, vulnerability management, forensic cybersecurity, file integrity monitoring, and observability and log management. 

Services: Penetration testing, cloud security services, identity protection services, network monitoring services, MDR, threat hunting, managed digital risk protection, DFIR, endpoint recovery, managed security assessments, network security monitoring, customer support, user training, and user certifications.

Overall: Crowdstrike offers more platform solutions and specific cybersecurity modules to meet user needs. However, it offers fewer specialized industry verticals to users.

Breadth Depth Specialization Overall



Crowdstrike X X


SentinelOne works with partners across these four categories: the Singularity Marketplace, Technology Alliance Partners, Channel Partners, and Cyber Risk Partners. A key partnership is SentinelOne for AWS.

There are over 90 different partner organizations across the categories, according to their website. The partners are based in various countries: the U.S., France, U.K., Singapore, Canada, Israel, South Africa, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Italy, Germany, Australia, and Sri Lanka.

Crowdstrike offers partnerships in several categories: Store Partners, Technology Partners, Solution Provider Partners, Cloud Partners, Service Partners, and Embedded OEM Partners. Their largest partnerships are with Red Hat, Verizon Alliance, EY Alliance, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Google Cloud.

There are over 100 Crowdstrike partners in four global regions: the Americas, EMEA, Asia Pacific, and Japan, according to their website.

Breadth Depth Specialization Global reach Overall



Crowdstrike X X X


Learn more about top cloud providers and partners: AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Cloud: Cloud Platform Comparison

SentinelOne has worked with a variety of customers and industries to implement security solutions, primarily working to protect distributed endpoints. Some specialized industry verticals from SentinelOne include energy, manufacturing, and both K-12 and higher education.

Featured customers: Samsung, Aston Martin, Sysco, Pandora, TGI Fridays, O’Neill, Shutterfly, Hitachi, Cengage, Norwegian Airlines, State of Montana, The Kelsey-Seybold Clinic.

Industry verticals: Energy, federal government, finance, health care, higher education, K-12 education, manufacturing, retail.

Crowdstrike primarily supports a handful of focused industries as they develop and deploy security solutions. Their support extends across several security needs, including endpoint protection, identity protection, managed hunting, partner solutions, proactive services, and threat intelligence.

Featured customers: Goldman Sachs, Commercial Bank of Qatar, Virgin Hyperloop, Magna, State of Arizona, Ashland University, Bionexo, Cushman & Wakefield, City of Las Vegas, Jemena, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team, Inductive Automation.

Industry verticals: Finance, retail, election security, public sector solutions, and health care.

Breadth Depth Specialization Overall

SentinelOne X




SentinelOne primarily receives positive customer reviews, with many customers citing its real-time monitoring and behavioral analytics, machine learning (ML)-powered insights, and the accessibility of the user interface. Across four major customer rating and review sites, SentinelOne receives an average rating of 4.7 out of 5.

Crowdstrike’s customer reviews are mostly positive. Many customers highlight the strength of customer support and documentation, easy cloud installation and deployment, and zero trust for the platform. Across four major customer rating and review sites, SentinelOne receives an average rating of 4.6 out of 5. SentinelOne scores higher than Crowdstrike in customer ratings by less than 0.1.

Capterra TrustRadius G2 Gartner Peer Insights Overall

SentinelOne 4.7/5 9.2/10 4.7/5 4.8/5 4.7/5

Crowdstrike 4.7/5 9.1/10 4.7/5 4.8/5 4.6/5

SentinelOne has won awards across technical, customer, and workplace categories of excellence. Some of its most significant recent recognitions include:

Highest Overall Rating in the 2023 Gartner “Voice of the Customer” report for endpoint protection platforms 

A top score in the 2023 MITRE “Enginuity ATT&CK Evaluation” for 100% visibility delivery 

Leader in the 2023 Gartner “Magic Quadrant” for endpoint protection platforms

Several workplace awards by Comparably for

Best Company Culture, Best CEO, Best Company for Women, and Best Company for Diversity

Crowdstrike has won leadership and performance awards from several major IT and business recognition organizations, including IDC, Forrester, Gartner, SE Labs, and MITRE. Some of its most prestigious recognitions over the last couple of years include:

Leader in the IDC “Marketscape: Worldwide Modern Endpoint Security for Enterprise” 2023 vendor assessment

Leader placement in three different Forrester “Wave” categories for 2023

Leader, with the strongest completeness of vision score, in the 2023 Gartner “Magic Quadrant” for endpoint protection platforms (EPP) 

A top score in the 2023 MITRE “Enginuity ATT&CK Evaluations” with 100% detection coverage

Crowdstrike scores higher than most other competitors in the endpoint security space across several leading assessments, most notably, earning the strongest placement in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant” for 2023.

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SentinelOne and Crowdstrike launched two years apart, in 2013 and 2011 respectively, and Crowdstrike has quickly pulled ahead to become a broader provider of endpoint security solutions. Crowdstrike also comes to its customers with a deeper portfolio, a wider and more experienced partner network, and several industry recognitions across product performance, growth, and workplace quality. Especially for companies that rely on cloud infrastructure, Crowdstrike brings cloud-based solutions that are trusted to perform for a variety of cybersecurity needs.

However, SentinelOne is a stronger performer in certain industry and technical categories that will meet some companies’ security needs better. The company takes more of a hybrid infrastructure approach to endpoint security, making SentinelOne a better solution for companies with legacy on-premises infrastructure. The company also focuses on more niche verticals, like energy and manufacturing.

Given how closely these two companies match across product capabilities and customer reviews, it’s essential for users to determine how much experience SentinelOne and Crowdstrike offer for their particular industry, global region, size, and particular use cases.

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Siteground Vs Bluehost Shared Hosting Comparison – Webnots

SiteGround and Bluehost are two of the best shared hosting companies for beginner level bloggers. The official chúng tôi site recommends both of these hosting providers. At start, we used Bluehost for hosting our site and then later we moved to SiteGround. We used SiteGround’s GoGeek plan for sometime before moving to Cloud VPS platform. Therefore, you can be confident that scaling up your site is easy at later stage. However, choosing the good option for you between SiteGround and Bluehost is a challenging task. With our experience on both the shared hosting platforms, here is our experience.

SiteGround Vs Bluehost

Guys at SiteGround did a tremendous performance to scale up their platform in competitive hosting arena. Initially, they are not in the recommended list of chúng tôi However, now they are part of official list due to their good service. On other hand, Bluehost lost their customers (like us) to SiteGround due to their poor customer service.

Both companies packages like WordPress. Below table shows the current offerings by these companies:

Feature SiteGround StartUp Bluehost Basic Domain No 1 includes for a year Traffic


No limit




Lowest Renew Price



Lowest Offer Price






Number of sites






Website Transfer



CDN Cloudflare Integrated No







Let us see the pros and cons of using SiteGround and Bluehost based on different factors.

Hosting Setup

Bluehost Hosting Account

As of March 2023, SiteGround uses traditional hosting account where you will see account dashboard when logging. However, you have to one more time login to cPanel and it’s a pain that you can’t go back to hosting account from cPanel. This means you have to logout of cPanel and again login to view your hosting account.

Now, SiteGround upgraded their hosting account setup and allow to manage similar to Bluehost.

SiteGround cPanel

Site Speed

Site speed is always a concern when hosting on shared servers. As far as we have noticed, SiteGround limits the number of sites on the server thus allowing individual sites to load faster compared to Bluehost sites. Unfortunately, this comes with certain limitations and below is the limits for the highest shared hosting plan GoGeek.  

Simultaneous Server Processes: 30

Simultaneous Connections from Single IP: 20

CPU Seconds / Program and Script Executions: 4000/hour, 40000/day, 800000/month

Average Process Execution Time per Day: 4 seconds

Shared Service CPU Usage: No more than 20% for a period longer than 10 seconds

Server Memory per Process: 768 MB

Inodes: 450,000

Minimum Cron Job Interval: 30mins

If you have resource intensive plugins like WooCommerce, forget about using SiteGround’s StartUp plan. Probably, Bluehost can work in this case but we still recommend you to choose to high level plans for online store.

Uptime and Downtime

Both companies say 99% uptime while it may not be the case in practical. When we were on Bluehost, we used to receive plenty of downtime emails from the Jetpack monitoring.

Jetpack Site Down Notification

This was the same case with SiteGround GoGeek plan. However, our current Google Cloud is superior in quality that we don’t even remember when we got the last downtime email alert.

Traffic and Bandwidth

SiteGround has limitations on page view for their shared hosting plans. For example, the lowest SiteGround’s plan StartUp has 10K as a limit. This is a soft limit and you will get warning when reaching this limit. Obviously, you have to upgrade to next plan to avoid service termination.

SiteGround Services Stopped Due to High CPU Utilization

Bluehost does not have any limit on bandwidth and offers unmetered usage. But you should not abuse the shared server by installing plugins like W3 Total Cache that will exceed the file count limit.

Pricing Plans

SiteGround offers simple and plain pricing for shared hosting services. They have 3 plans starting from $11.95 per month for the StartUp plan.

SiteGround Pricing Plans

However, Bluehost has four plans and the lowest Basic plan will cost you $7.99 per month. In both cases, we talk about the contract renew prices and not the initial offer prices. Bluehost is a clear winner here for offering almost $4 less per month.    

Bluehost Pricing Plans

Server Capacity and Caching

Both these companies offer server side caching to speed up the websites only for high level plans. Bluehost offers varnish cache for WordPress hosting and you can use plugins like WP Super Cache for other purposes. SiteGround offers three levels of caching with SG CachePress at server side and have a dedicated SG Optimizer plugin for WordPress users. This is available only on GrowBig and GoGeek plans and not on StartUp plan.

So, for the lowest level plans, there will be no server site caching on both companies. However, you will not find any big difference in caching for a bare minimum sites having few pages. Considering the fact that you can’t use bigger sites on shared servers, the caching will not play big role when choosing among one of these companies for the lowest plan.

Customer Support

Many people recommend to avoid all EIG companies due to the mode of their working. In general, EIG companies like Bluehost and HostGator will have an offshore support representatives attending customer issues. This will create lots of problem as the support representatives are employees without complete knowledge of their own platform. However, companies like SiteGround offers support with their own employees. Since we use SiteGround for almost 4 years, we can tell you the performance of customer support is deteriorating slowly. While Bluehost started offering live chat and focusing on improving the support process.

So, when a company becomes bigger it is evident that the support process gets diluted with offshore model. Hence, you can expect the SiteGround will follow the route in few years of time. However, at this point of time you don’t need to wait for 20 minutes with Bluehost live chat and get some reference link to find solution for your problem. SiteGround is much better with pre-defined SLA to address the tickets and you can get decent answers with live chat.

Final Verdict

As you see, Bluehost offers $4 less per month on the starting plan while SiteGruond offers good customer support with high server speed. In our opinion, speed will not matter for a smaller sites and it can be like milliseconds difference. Therefore, the decision making depends on customer service versus price. If you want to start with lowest price then go for Bluehost with lower service level. If customer service is your priority then pay little more and go for SiteGround.

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