Orange County Patchworx Provider and Server Patch Management Services

Why Patchworx?

We leverage proven processes for testing and effective deployment. Our patches are tested in over 220 (unique mock-up) environments before we do live test deployments. The patch is then systematically released to machines in each client environment to verify compatibility and minimize Risk.

>> Achieve Patch Compliance Assurance

Patchworx supported machines are inventoried by checking for Patch implementation, actually verifying the patch was properly installed. This means no false positives like you get with Windows Update!

>> Mobile-User Enabled

Another major security threat is that seldom utilized laptop that does not get updated. With PatchWorx, this problem is eliminated through advanced agent technology.

>> Built-in Security for Secure Download

An agent is installed on the machine and it "dials home" as outbound traffic to receive any needed patches. We don't need a constant line into your network to deliver PatchWorx!

>> Built-in Desktop Hardware and Software Inventory

Upon request, we can generate inventory reports of hardware and software on each machine covered by PatchWorx. These reports can help to ensure that each machine is receiving appropriate patches, and can be generated for your own inventory uses. This is a great way to spot rouge applications and to assist you in BSA/License compliance.

>> And End-Users Can't Mess With It!

End-users cannot stop, interrupt, or cancel the service from their local desktop. This ensures that the system is getting patched.

Key Points

  • Makes patching OUR problem
  • Achieve consistent patch compliance
  • Mobile-User enabled
  • Secure Download assurance
  • Built-in desktop hardware and software inventory
  • And end-users can’t mess with it!

Unpatched Systems Are Still A Top Threat!

The majority of security threats companies face today; worms, hacks, many types of spyware and other malware utilize some unchecked vulnerability in the Operating System to get network access. Patches fix the "holes" in the code. Patching is the first and a very important step in securing a system and keeping it healthy. However, many of the patching tactics utilized are inefficient, inconstant and ultimately inadequate. This leads to unpatched, and therefore, unsecured systems. It only takes one vulnerable machine to take down an entire network! We offer a fixed cost, advanced system for patching your network.

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