ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Oct. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Syxsense, a global leader in IT and security management solutions, announces today it has seen record-breaking growth driven by the demand of secure IT infrastructure to manage the remote workforce.
According to a recent Cisco survey on the Future of Secure Remote Work, most companies were only somewhat prepared to support remote working. This has accelerated technologies, such as Syxsense that allow employees to work remotely and securely, providing businesses with greater flexibility.
Syxsense was the first to provide complete IT management, patching, and security vulnerability scans in a single cloud solution. Syxsense Secure includes malicious process monitoring, automated device quarantine, real-time alerting, and live data that indicates the health of all endpoints in your network or roaming devices. With real-time cloud endpoint management technology, Syxsense creates a baseline defense against known threats by ensuring devices are current with the latest software updates and security patches.
Several clients recently reviewed Syxsense on Gartner-owned Capterra, commenting on Syxsense’s ability to manage and secure remote workers:
- “I’ve been able to address Windows patching for staff who no longer come into our network due to Covid-19, as well as software patching capabilities. Remote management has also been helpful as well as basic system review/maintenance in the background without the user’s input.” – Director of IT, Hospital & Health Care.
- “Being able to monitor inventory, processes, patching and queries in real-time have really helped keep our environment secure and up to date. This has been very important as remote working has increased across the board.” – IT Desktop Administrator, Non-Profit Organization Management.
- “We were starting to see issues keeping our devices up to date prior to Covid but when Covid hit and we were no longer seeing devices in the office. Syxsense was a life saver! It has allowed us to keep eyes on our devices and ensure that they are fully patched against vulnerabilities. The remote-control feature has allowed us to get to devices that we can’t access via VPN.” – Systems…