Take Control of Your Apps: Microsoft’s App Confidence Inventory

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Microsoft’s App Confidence approach begins a comprehensive inventory of all applications in the environment. This helps to ensure that applications are up-to-date, secure, and compliant with the organization’s policies. Microsoft’s approach also helps to reduce the risk of application failure, which can cause costly downtime.

Overview

Microsoft has announced a new approach to managing applications, App Confidence. It focuses on inventorying and understanding the applications in an organization, then taking action to ensure they are secure, up to date, and compliant.

Inventorying Applications

App Confidence starts with inventorying the applications in an organization. Microsoft provides tools to identify the applications, their versions, and their usage. This helps to understand the applications, their risk, and their impact on the organization.

Taking Action

Once the applications are inventoried, App Confidence takes action to ensure they are secure, up to date, and compliant. Microsoft provides tools to remediate applications, patch them, and monitor them. This helps to reduce the risk of security vulnerabilities, ensure applications are up to date, and maintain compliance.

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“Our approach begins with inventory. Understanding the applications in environment is the first step in taking action to ensure they are secure, up to date, and compliant.”
Microsoft’s App Confidence is a new approach to managing Windows applications. It starts with inventorying the applications in an organization, then taking action to ensure they are secure, up to date, and compliant. Microsoft provides tools to identify, remediate, patch, and monitor applications, helping to reduce the risk of security vulnerabilities, ensure applications are up to date, and maintain compliance. As Microsoft states, “Our approach begins with inventory. Understanding the applications in your environment is the first step in taking action to ensure they are secure, up to date, and compliant.”

Key points from the article:

  • Identifies all applications in the environment
  • Ensures applications are up-to-date and secure
  • Helps to comply with organizational policies
  • Reduces the risk of application failure
  • Prevents costly downtime
  • From the Windows IT Pro Blog



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