IMPROVE enterprise software compliance

Secure your workforce and stay up to date with critical software updates.


If you’ve seen the headlines in the last year, then you know that unpatched software is responsible for some of the most damaging cyberattacks companies face. In fact, according to a recent study by ServiceNow, nearly 60% of organizations that suffered a data breach in the last two years were attacked via a vulnerability for which they hadn’t deployed a patch for yet. It gets worse: 34% also said they knew their systems were vulnerable prior to the attack. That’s the equivalent of receiving a police bulletin that known burglars were spotted in your neighborhood, yet leaving your front door unlocked anyway.


Keeping up with SLA

A Service Level Agreement (SLA) is commonly used to get in writing the security requirements and expectations for either an outsourced vendor or internal resource like the IT department. This includes scanning for vulnerabilities, code quality control and patching.

When it comes to patching, an SLA usually covers patching standards for things like:



Partners expect patches quickly so data doesn’t get compromised when it could have been easily prevented.



It only takes one device to miss an SLA. SLA's often state that 100% of devices must be patched within a certain period after patch release.



It’s not enough to patch everything quickly. Visibility into deliveries is a pain point for most as it must be verified with agreed-upon reporting.

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Using peering, software updates will be delivered to clients more efficiently especially to offices with high-latency or slow connections.
Yes, Kollective for ConfigMgr supports peer based deployment of all Configuration Manager content types including Software Updates, WaaS servicing updates and Office 365 updates.