Ensure your digital security with updates directly issued by the relevant software providers.
Why PC Patching?
All computers and servers require constant maintenance and patching to keep them up-to-date, not only for applications and processes to run smoothly without any errors, but also to avoid any security exploits and risks that hackers are sure to take advantage of. Both personal and enterprise-level computers require scheduled checks and maintenance work suited for their area of use.
The Many Advantages of Frequent PC Patching
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Howard was extremely responsive, professional and helped me with all of my issues with regards to adding memory to my MacBook. He also helped me to troubleshoot some password issues. I highly recommend him!
How It Works
Here at H Grant, we’ve built up a quick and easy process to ensure a seamless and hassle-free periodical maintenance and update.
You contact us.
Our lines are open, and our team will warmly listen to any rules, requirements, and qualms you or your company may have regarding the patching process.
We check your system for issues.
Our expert team checks all the needed details to determine when maintenance should be done
We push through with the updates.
Once a schedule is determined.
We will then execute each update that is needed.
You get to operate your dailies with relative ease.
All your systems will operate more smoothly and with update to date software after patching is completed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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How long will the patching process take?
This highly depends on a few factors: your internet connection speed, the number of applications that need to be updated, and the number of computers that need to be patched. While some patch jobs usually take just a few hours, some jobs can take several days. It depends on the needs of each company.
Will you need to physically be in our office or space in order to set up the needed patches?
Although patching can be done virtually or remotely later on, for added security and for better communication, we’ve seen that it’s best when we first deploy our expert teams to the designated spaces where our clients need their updates. Through experience, we can say that it’s more efficient and seamless this way.
Will I need to purchase any new software post-patch?
After we’ve checked your system, we will be ready with recommendations on what your system lacks, such as an antivirus software if you don’t have one installed. For such occasions, we can recommend some free and paid options– what we end up installing and updating is completely up to you.
How often do we have to patch our PC?
Some companies strictly follow patch policies, which determine how often they have to patch. It highly depends on the nature of the company, but It’s best to patch your PC as regularly as once a month. PC patches can be programmed to auto-update, but it’s still best to have an expert check every few months or so, for any troubleshooting and problem-solving that might need to occur.