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Offers good patching.
The technical support is good.
All of the features of Atera are valuable because they allow the customers to achieve their goals. It is easy to use, has good collaboration, and has zero maintenance.
The service desk can be configured and customized to better serve our environment.
The single pane of glass for managing devices is helpful because it allows me to perform updates and control things without having to disturb the doctors or nurses.
We found the implementation partner to be very supportive in terms of explaining and training the in-house resources and deploying the solution.
It is a one-stop tool that allows you to do everything. It supports reporting, vulnerability management, patch management, and configuration. All things can be done in one tool.
They've been adding some new features lately, which I'm not nearly as familiar with, but the ability to just deploy patches and exempt certain machines from certain patches is helpful. For instance, for our servers, we may not want to roll out zero-day patches. We are able to exempt those and make sure that they don't get those policies. We've got certain servers that have to run a particular version of Java, and being able to exempt those servers from receiving Java updates is pretty fantastic.
The remote support is the most valuable aspect of the solution.
Patch management was very useful. Backdoor access to the clients was also very useful.
The most important aspect is that we can centrally deploy the updates that are necessary for the organization. It's important.
The most valuable features are that it is included with Windows, and it can be driven by Group Policy Objects (GPOs).
The solution is a good product and I have heard that the interface is more friendly than that of Windows.
I have found the interface and ease of use valuable features. Additionally, it is very easy to patch VMs and other systems, such a Linux. We are able to do patches even without the internet manually.
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Hello peers, Patching is considered important for improving and maintaining software security. What are the risks associated with NOT performing regular patching on existing software? How does patch management make this process easier?