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Datto makes automated endpoint patching more efficient

Datto makes automated endpoint patching more efficient

Datto, a provider of cloud-based remote monitoring and management capabilities for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), has recently released release 6.5 of its Remote Monitoring & Management tool (RMM). It now allows MSPs to easily remotely secure endpoints or other business applications for their customers using patches from various security providers.

The specialist in cloud-based services for MSPs indicates that with RMM Version 6.5, improved remote endpoint patch management functionality is the most important part of the release that has now been released. In doing so, it aims to help its customers respond to the growing threat posed by attacks on business endpoints, while at the same time providing greater data protection.

Cloud-based solution

RMM is an intuitive and scalable cloud solution for remote monitoring and management. It enables MSPs to manage the IT infrastructure of small and medium-sized businesses in particular with powerful automation tools such as network monitoring, patch management and remote control securely and effectively. In this way, these managed service providers can proactively prevent possible problems and react more quickly to incidents, thus delivering a higher quality of service. The RMM service is part of the overarching cloud-based Datto Business Management solution.

Protection against phising

More specifically, the automated third-party patch management that is now offered should help MSPs to ensure that their end customers are protected, among other things, against important vulnerabilities, such as human error due to phishing. The now released version of RMM ensures that all customer software is automatically updated to the latest version.

Datto RMM 6.5 fully automates the updating of commonly used business applications such as Adobe Acrobat, Oracle Java and Mozilla Firefox. Proactive software patch management is now built into this version, making it a powerful platform for secure endpoint management.

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