London, UK – 10th March 2021 – Satisnet are excited to announce that they have entered into a strategic partnership with leading patch management vendor, Patch My PC.
THE PARTNERSHIP: SATISNET - PATCH MY PC
Leveraging many years of expertise and focus in the Microsoft arena, Satisnet and Patch My PC will focus on helping customers truly reduce their risk attack surface with prioritised and automated patch management.
The partnership will focus on utilising the Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) and Intune lifecycle management platforms. In addition, the companies will enhance this with improved trackability and reporting, especially important for server estates and the modern-day workplace - whereby users increasingly work remotely.
John McCann, MD of Satisnet, stated “It is true to say that Patch My PC are focused on making their platform the best patch management platform there is, which is refreshing given that the leading legacy patch management companies have been acquired by bigger entities, so have lost this purpose and passion”.
Established in 2004, Satisnet Limited are a leading Security Integrator, Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) and Cyber Training Innovator, with operations throughout the UK and EMEA. Boasting 60+ staff spread across three 24x7x365 UK-based, Security Operations Centres (SOCs) Satisnet are an industry-leader in the security/infrastructure space. A fledgeling Satisnet entered the cyber security space in 2002 focusing on a problem that few at the time recognised, namely vulnerability and patch management. Quickly establishing themselves as the EMEA leaders in this field, and partnering as Platinum Partners with key vendors in this space, Satisnet are excited to be partnering with another ‘Patch Powerhouse’ who are bringing a fresh approach to the space.
ABOUT PATCH MY PC
Patch My PC is a Colorado-based company founded in 2011 by Justin Chalfant, a former Microsoft engineer. The company started with a free, consumer-based, third-party updater that is now used by millions of consumers. Patching for Enterprises was introduced in 2013, with availability of a curated, third-party application update catalogue, or library, allowing companies to publish third-party updates to Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM). The Microsoft Intune platform was added to allow the automatic creation of Win32 applications and the ability to publish third-party updates to Microsoft Intune. This also allows you to keep any already installed applications patched automatically. The platform has been incredibly successful and as of February 2021, Patch My PC hit 2,300 active customers across 7,400,000 endpoints.
This is simply due to:
It's ease of deployment and use
Innovative and dynamic development
Ability to submit new application support requests for the catalogue
Unparalleled support and customer care