Action1 Endpoint Security Platform is a Cloud-based lightweight endpoint security platform that discovers all of your endpoints in seconds and allows you to retrieve live security information from the entire network using plain English queries, with a Google-like experience, right in your web browser.
Unlike legacy, on-premise, hard-to-scale, heavy-weight solutions that rely on costly ongoing scans of security information that quickly becomes outdated before it's even utilized, Action1 enables endpoint security and compliance that reduces threat response times from days to minutes, while not requiring costly on-premise deployment and maintenance.
Action1 was designed for organizations targeted by cyber attackers and that are also subject to compliance regulations. Action1 is used by companies around the world that need to assess security and enforce compliance of their endpoints used to access sensitive corporate data, all without spending hours and days collecting vast amounts of security information that quickly becomes outdated on a multitude of endpoints. Action1 customers accomplish security and comply with regulations without sacrificing user productivity and easily scale their cybersecurity efforts as organization grows or changes.
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Good product with all basic tools for managing updates on corporate endpoints. Works just fine on machines outside of the local network which is a great benefit. An in-built remote desktop is a great plus and above all, it is super cheap. The support is great and new features are released quite often. I want to stick to it for now and we'll see how the product develops further.
Based on our record, Chocolatey seems to be more popular. It has been mentiond 115 times since March 2021. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
Alternatively, we also have a Chocolatey package that can be invoked with choco install bitwarden. This installs the package silently. - Source: Reddit / 4 days ago
If you take this route, take the opportunity to write down any customizations, and figure out a way to script them using PowerShell. For the applications you like to install, check out Chocolatey, electric, Ninite, PortableApps, and/or the new official Windows package manager (though this may be just Store apps, I've not used it). Maybe script the app installs so you can script the customizations for your apps, too. - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
Software management - https://chocolatey.org/. - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
Windows does not ship with a package manager, but Microsoft is working on their package manager winget it's looking promising how ever I ended up using scoop, I tried chocolatey but I didn't like their direction, on the other hand I like how clean and organized scoop is and it's similarity to Linux package managers, I like how scoop keeps all my apps on a single folder so it's very easy to separate core windows... - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
We choose a different packaging method where we rely on a package manager, namely Choco. This is roughly the same idea like the rest of the world already does it. Dependencies are split up along project lines and packages are collected in a repository, but that's an implementation detail that's not relevant to the end user. His installation experience remains about the same - give a single command to install... - Source: Reddit / 8 days ago
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