Keep your System and Applications Up-to-date with
Patch Management Software
80% Decline in Possible Cyber Attacks
Effectively shut down all possible system vulnerabilities by automatically applying patches.
100+ Apps Supported
Identify and automatically download the latest patch updates released by the third-party vendors.
30% Reduction in TCO
Decrease the total cost of ownership attributed to using legacy solutions.
Effortlessly Manage System and Software
Updates with Patch Management
Your Applications and Software are Constantly Susceptible to Cyber-attacks. Motadata ServiceOps Patch Manager enables you to keep all your System and Software Updated and Running Efficiently, thereby Reducing Security Risks.
Seamlessly manage endpoints and increase operational efficiency by automating the entire process of patch management.
- Automatically scan endpoints
- Auto-download and deploy patches based on certain criteria
- Centrally manage endpoints
- Improved ROI
- Increased Productivity
- Decreased Errors
Complete Patch Compliance
Identify vulnerabilities before distributing patches to prevent performance issues in functioning environments and achieve 100% patch compliance.
- Assess all endpoints
- Automate patch testing
- Automated approval process
- Decline unsuitable patches
- System Uptime
- Reduced Risks
Your IT Infrastructure
Gain visibility into the patch compliance & status and overall security of the network by generating out-of-the-box comprehensive reports.
- Missing patches reports
- Deployed patches reports
- System health detection reports
- Better Visibility
- Enhanced Security
on IT Assets By 30%
Patch Manager Features
Mitigate Security Risks, Adhere to Compliance Standards, and Experience the Ease of Managing Updates with Motadata Patch Manager.
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ServiceOps Patch Manager is Designed to Help Organizations Manage, Streamline, and Automate the Patch Management Life-cycle.
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Patches are developed in a variety of ways to address specific system issues or to improve general functionality and system performance. Security patches, bug fixes, and feature upgrades are the three most common types of patches.
Security patches are the primary technique of correcting security vulnerabilities in software since they fix the security holes identified in a system.
Bug-fixing patches are those that correct application failures and bugs found in a system. They significantly enhance overall operational efficiency by reducing time spent dealing with bugs.
Feature upgrade patches may include basic performance improvements such as quicker computation speed or lower resource needs, or they may include quality of life features that make using the apps simpler and faster.
To ensure that all your systems are patched and compliant with regulations like GDPR, HIPAA, and PCI always, all software and third-party applications must be updated regularly.
An automated patch management software can help you guarantee that all your endpoints are always compliant with the latest version of the software and any missing updates are automatically deployed. It can also help you create a patch baseline policy by categorizing the health status of the systems based on the severity of the missing patches.
You can also ensure complete visibility over all your endpoints by maintaining a proper inventory of all the devices and third-party applications on your network to guarantee patch compliance.
Microsoft’s software products are always evolving, so downloading and installing software patches with new features might help you improve your work. Moreover, faulty software can cause device failures, resulting in decreased efficiency. A patch reduces the likelihood of crashes and downtime, enabling you to carry out your tasks uninterrupted.
Missing patches in applications and operating systems are the most common cause of network security breaches, software damage, data loss, and identity theft, all of which may be avoided by deploying patches with security updates as soon as they become available. Noncompliance may result in significant fines imposed by regulatory bodies, so a good patch management policy can help you meet the required criteria.
General software updates include a wide range of features and functionalities as opposed to patches that are updates that fix specific vulnerabilities. Vulnerabilities are issues or flaws in a software’s or operating system’s security. If your system is vulnerable, cyber attackers can then employ code to exploit these vulnerabilities unless they are patched.
Patching vulnerabilities as soon as possible can protect you from a security breach. Automated patch management software can assist you in speeding up patching for vulnerabilities and guarantee that updates are distributed and deployed to all the devices in your network.