m2liveupdate always up to date with new features and security upgrades
m2liveupdate is a software module that checks, downloads and installs updates automatically. This way, ISPs can quickly adapt their rolled out software solutions to a changing market.
The module m2liveupdate is designed to be part of any software application by mquadr.at. It can be configured depending on requirements to send update requests at predetermined intervals, made fully automatic or require user input. When updates are available the module downloads them from dedicated servers located in a hosting centre meeting the latest security standards. With m2liveupdate consumers always have the latest version with the newest features and security upgrades at their disposal.
With m2liveupdate ever single software application is always up to date.
Quick adaption to changing markets
m2liveupdate is the perfect tool for providing existing customers with new product features and new services thus, it is a method for active customer retention.
With its regular update cycles and its high level of automation, m2liveupdate not only ensures the maintenance of mquadr.at products throughout the consumer base, but also allows quick responses to changing market conditions and new developments. This applies to product-related marketing campaigns as well.
One updater for all applications, control, and extended reporting
When multiple software products by mquadr.at are installed, a single update process can upgrade them all, if updates are available. Updates for all applications can be managed centrally, as all updates are hosted on dedicated servers. The flexibility of m2liveupdate allows ISPs to run test-updates before going live with new versions; and even forced-updates are an option. A special web based interface enables ISPs to manage their updates themselves, with full control over software versions and update timing.
In combination with » the reporting and statistics tool m2reporting, m2liveupdate provides the ISP with valuable information about software usage, consumer update behaviour, the distribution of different software versions, and the data volume downloaded from mquadr.ats update server.