SysAid Software To Include GFI's Patch Management


SysAid Software To Include GFI's Patch Management

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez

 When developing software, one of the things that keep a company afloat and well-organized is being able to properly patch software without losing track of changes. For this reason, it's very feasible to employ some kind of patch management solution in the IT infrastructure of these companies.

SysAid Technologies Ltd., one of the biggest developers of IT service management (ITSM) software, has recently announced an agreement signed with GFI software to place a new patch management solution into the software it already provides for its customers all over the world. This time, the software will run on both on-premise and cloud environments, making it the most comprehensive integrated patch management platform out there. This, of course, is coupled with its already well-known help desk solution.

Sarah Lahav, SysAid's CEO, said, “We are proud to announce this agreement with GFI, a leader in security software. It allows us to offer one of the best patch management solutions on the market. We now provide the unique capability of audited patch process through Change Management, providing our customers a robust solution that meets their daily IT needs.”

The failure of companies to properly manage their changes in software makes them very vulnerable to encountering issues with this software. A disorganized IT ecosystem will slowly rot a company from the inside, especially considering how heavily enterprises rely on IT.

Sergio Galindo, general manager of the infrastructure business unit at GFI emphasizes the need for companies to adopt patch management. “Patch management is an important task that many companies fail to do properly or not at all. Our award-winning patch management technology will enable SysAid's customers to automate a very important task for IT admins and help them fix vulnerabilities in their network that could be exploited by cyber criminals,” he said.

SysAid's process for patch management fixes issues with computer programs, updates them, and makes sure that vulnerabilities are kept in check, which makes it easier for companies to better comply with the extensive list of regulations governing their operations.

Edited by Cassandra Tucker

MSPToday Contributor

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