WSUS/SCCM vs. Automox Total Cost of Ownership Study Webinar Recap

Did you miss our live webinar discussing the key insights of the Sedulo Group’s 2020 TCO Study of Microsoft’s WSUS & SCCM? No problem.

Take a listen below.

Automox’s Jay Goodman, Strategic Product Marketing Manager, breaks down the report findings that show automated, cloud-native patch management could save organizations more than $1 Billion per quarter compared to the legacy Microsoft solutions. You’ll discover the hidden expenses of legacy patching that impact TCO and how hardware requirements and operational costs for WSUS and SCCM can push the total organizational cost burden to over $6.6 million, or $11 per endpoint per month for typical customers.

You’ll also learn for which scenarios organizations can realize the most significant cost savings, and how cloud-native patching and endpoint hardening platforms like Automox offer comparable value and benefits, plus more, to WSUS and SCCM.

Download your free copy of the Sedulo Group’s 2020 TCO Study of WSUS & SCCM here.

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