CMIT Solutions Introduces Automatic Patch Management for Adobe, Java, iTunes and Firefox on Business Computers

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

AUSTIN, TX — These days, the viruses and malware that can cripple business computer systems hitch rides on tools virtually every business uses: Adobe PDF and Flash files and JavaScript.

That’s in part because users, even those who religiously install security updates (“patches”) for major software programs and operating systems, often ignore prompts from Adobe and Oracle. IT professionals have found that many users either don’t recognize them or think the updates themselves are Trojan horses bearing viruses.

CMIT Solutions, the leading provider of managed IT services for small businesses, is separating itself from its rivals by including patch coverage for Adobe and Java in its popular CMIT Marathon package. CMIT Solutions is the first managed services provider in the United States to offer patch services for those products, in addition to Mozilla Firefox and Apple iTunes and QuickTime.

The service automatically tests and installs software and operating system security updates on business computers without owners or employees having to do it one-by-one themselves. CMIT Solutions owners have long installed automatic updates for Microsoft products, but the new service covers virtually every potential carrier of viruses and malware.

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