Do you test new versions for potential security holes? ) Implementing internal update servers is a manageable task for companies with a large budget and requisite technical expertise.
Small and mid-sized businesses have smaller budgets and less technical acumen; thus they're more vulnerable to cyber threats and damages.
In some cases, you can avoid granting local administrative rights by installing and configuring each vendor’s push technology.
Push technology adds another layer of complexity to managing desktop security: You need the hardware and disk space to store updates; you must learn how to install and configure each vendor’s push application; you need to verify that updates are downloaded successfully; you might need to review, test, and manually approve updates and you must verify that the push technology is actually distributing updates and backing up each push application and its associated patch files.
Desktop Central's Patch Management options help you simplify the process by automating the definition update mechanism.