Webinar: TCO Series - WSUS/SCCM vs. Automox Total Cost of Ownership Study

Patch management is a critical function for businesses to ensure systems are running optimally and safeguarded against exploitation. However, knowing which patching and endpoint hardening platform to select is not easy. It is especially difficult to consider making a change when the current approach is keeping you too busy to have time to consider alternatives. And, why switch away from a solution that is offered relatively “free” as part of your other services?

This month’s webinar provides insight into the total cost of ownership (TCO) presented in the Sedulo Group’s 2020 TCO Study of Microsoft’s WSUS & SCCM. We provide supporting data to breakdown the hidden expenses of legacy on-premises technologies and how these solutions compare to cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) patch management providers, such as Automox.


About Automox

Facing growing threats and a rapidly expanding attack surface, understaffed and alert-fatigued organizations need more efficient ways to eliminate their exposure to vulnerabilities. Automox is a modern cyber hygiene platform that closes the aperture of attack by more than 80% with just half the effort of traditional solutions.

Cloud-based and globally available, Automox enforces OS & third-party patch management, security configurations, and custom scripting across Windows, Mac, and Linux from a single intuitive console. IT and SecOps can quickly gain control and share visibility of on-prem, remote and virtual endpoints without the need to deploy costly infrastructure.

Experience modern, cloud-native patch management today with a 15-day free trial of Automox and start recapturing more than half the time you're currently spending on managing your attack surface. Automox dramatically reduces corporate risk while raising operational efficiency to deliver best-in-class security outcomes, faster and with fewer resources.