Patch your systems. Secure your business and avoid unwanted downtime.

In this fast-paced, data-driven world we live in, ensuring business continuity in your day-to-day operations and that your sensitive data is safe and secure should be top priorities. With technology increasingly evolving and changing, many modern businesses have found themselves struggling to stay ahead of the technology curve. But when something goes wrong with your IT, everything grinds to a halt. What if you could keep your IT from breaking in the first place; being proactive rather than reactive; and fix issues ahead of time — before the point that there’s a problem? If your business plans to stay on top of the ever-evolving technology curve, to ensure business continuity and safeguard your data, your business is going to need a patch management strategy.

What is patch management?

Patch management is a process of updating all software and applications with the most current versions released by the manufacturer to fix bugs and security vulnerabilities that have been discovered after release. Unpatched systems are one of the easiest attack vectors for cybercriminals looking to gain access to corporate networks and systems. So, what’s the problem with patches? Companies find themselves struggling to keep up with the number of patches they’ve been asked to apply. Since 2019, Microsoft alone has released more than 10,000 updates and patches for its Windows Office, SQL Server and Exchange Server product families.

Protect anything that could go missing

Why is patch management important?

  1. Leaving your software and operating systems unpatched exposes your business to severe security risks
  2. Even a short delay in installing security updates could put your systems in a vulnerable position
  3. Cybercriminals are always on the move looking to exploit unpatched systems

Top patch management challenges for businesses

  1. Patch management can be complex and time consuming
  2. Lack of IT inventory management
  3. Patch failures and complications during patch process

The Patch Management Service explained

Our services help you plan, implement and secure your business with the most effective next-generation technologies and expertise. Our Patch Management Service is built upon the foundation of proactivity, and focuses on preventing IT problems rather than fixing problems after they occur. We fix issues before they happen by proactively monitoring your infrastructure and managing the deployment of patches to operating systems that your business uses on a daily basis. This is accomplished by employing a variety of automation tools, advanced analytics, and alert mechanisms to prevent incidents. Peace of mind delivered to you with less hassle.

Three most recognized benefits of our Patch Management Service:

Reduce exposure to cyberattacks

Patching protects a company’s data from malware and ransomware attacks by fixing security vulnerabilities and bugs.

Decrease system downtime

To ensure your technology performs at its best and your employees are productive. Patches reduce likelihood of system downtime.

Secure employee and customer data

Your business’s data is more critical than ever. A secure software prevents your company losing customer and employee data and financial and legal repercussions.

We support people, not just IT

We bring unparalleled IT management experience and professionalism to support your business’s IT needs. To learn more about our Patch Management Service and how it safeguards your business’s sensitive data, contact us:

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