Comparing Patch Management Solutions
Given the breadth of software systems in any given organization and the volume of patches being released by vendors, it’s not surprising that most IT departments are using more than one patch management tool, experts say.
Take Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager for example. It’s a widely used system that works well for Microsoft software but isn’t as useful for managing patches for non-Microsoft software systems. Many enterprise IT shops use that for Windows patches but implement other patch management tools to handle patches from other vendors. They might use Jamf for MacOS updates and another tool for 3rd party applications such as Chrome, Java or Adobe.
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