Syxsense Announces Support for Linux
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (October 05, 2017) – Verismic, a global leader in cloud-based IT management technology, has released a new Syxsense version featuring support for Linux Operating Systems. This new version provides IT departments with a single interface for automating discovery, Inventory and Patching of Windows, Linux and third-party applications.
With recent high-profile IT Security incidents like Equifax, businesses need to discover and manage all their Desktops, Servers and Cloud Assets. They also need to quickly calculate the health status of each system, identify vulnerable computers and then patch all their applications, especially third-party applications. However, heterogeneous patch management is a nightmare for IT administrators, particularly when they have to apply patches across different operating systems as well as third-party applications.
“Although Windows is predominantly used at the desktop, many organizations run Linux on their servers,” said Diane Roger, Chief Product Officer for Syxsense.
“Discovering all endpoints and then securing them from vulnerabilities while keeping them up to date is something every organization requires, but it can get complicated with multiple operating systems. Syxsense can now support those organizations within a single interface.” said Ashley Leonard, CEO for Verismic Software.
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