Welcome to World of MSPL!!!

Today, the most challenging part is not good product but to get good Partner who can give good technical support, design good solution can help to develop total IT Solution. Most of the customers are dependent on Vendor, getting good product but are not able to utilize the investment, not getting technological updates on regular basis. When a problem with IT infrastructure occurs, nothing is more frustrating than having to deal with someone who does not understand your problem, or who does not have the relevant information to hand to resolve the issue – especially in an emergency situation

Products: Networking Solution » Asset & Path Management » Trend Micro » Trend Micro Patch Management Solution

Trend Micro - Patch Managment Solution

Escalating exposure to sophisticated malware has left endpoints the most at-risk point in the network. But using anti-malware software alone only addresses a symptom of the problem instead of getting to the root of the disease—patching vulnerabilities. However, it is difficult to effectively monitor, patch, and update machines in distributed, heterogeneous environments. Software vendors, such as Microsoft, provide some patch management capabilities, but this is limited to the vendor’s operating system or software. Vulnerability research conducted in 2008 shows that many popular applications went unpatched, ranging from 24% for Adobe Reader to 96% for Sun Java JRE. This included 44% of all Word 2003 installations.1 This inefficient approach to patch management creates a gap in security, drains resources, reduces productivity, and increases enterprise risks and costs.

Even when enterprises attempt to patch vulnerabilities, poor visibility and limited reporting make it difficult to determine whether patches have been successfully installed or why a given fix failed to execute. And the larger the organization, the more extensive the patch management challenges can become, requiring a substantial number of staff to oversee the work. In large, geographically distributed organizations, network bandwidth limitations can make patching a slow and cumbersome process, consuming a significant amount of limited network bandwidth—sometimes up to 90 percent. This can essentially shut out access to critical business applications, disrupt productivity, and create user dissatisfaction, especially if users are forced to accept an update at the moment it is delivered—often with a mandatory reboot. Finally, many solutions do not allow administrators to deploy a patch or update when a computer is off the network, which has become increasingly problematic with the growth in mobile workers.