EDS tests security update tool

Thursday, 15 July 2004, 2:20 PM EST

Electronic Data Systems on Wednesday announced a service to help customers track software patches for desktop computers -- the latest product meant to ease companies' security woes.

Information technology services giant EDS said the offering is part of a broader array of desktop computer services requiring little human intervention. The patch management piece is now in pilot testing and will be available generally by the fourth quarter of this year, EDS said.

By Ed Frauenheim at ZDNet.

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