EVERNET Patch Management

What Is Patch Management?

Patch Management is a service that involves identifying, acquiring, testing, and installing patches or code changes to software. 

Patches are issued for two primary reasons. Typically, a patch is used to resolve bugs or to take care of security vulnerabilities within software. They can also be utilized to add new features to a program. Patch management is performed on operating systems, system software, browsers, and applications running on your servers, desktops, or laptops. 

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Why Do I Need Patch Management?

Patch management is a crucial part of computer network maintenance that keeps an IT environment secure by regularly updating software. Additionally, by vetting and testing patches, we confirm all software will continue to function properly after deployment, avoiding unnecessary downtime and frustration.  

Cyberattacks such as ransomware can halt your business functionality, causing severe losses in revenue and productivity. By patching your systems, you can minimize downtime and optimize productivity. 

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How Much Does A
Patch Management Service Cost?

We understand that every organization is unique. To ensure seamless integration of our software with minimal disruption to your operations, we take great care in assessing the health and performance of your system to determine the optimal timeframe for this process. An initial setup and integration fee is tailored to your organization’s support plan, specific needs, and size.

 

EVERNET’s relationships with vendors, allows us to keep costs low. See our pricing page for more details.

 

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