I was hoping to find a little help with something.
In our 365 Defender portal - under Endpoints - Vulnerability Management - Recommendations, we get recommendations to update certain software and applications that are vulnerable to CVE's. If you go to one of software update recommendations, it'll list the devices that are in need of the update. Those devices will also detail which user commonly logs on to that device. (Typically in our business, it'll be who ever that device is assigned to.)
When certain stuff is out of date, we (admins) get prompted to manage that. I look at the list of exposed devices and see who is the user that logs into it, I then message that user via teams to notify them that said software is in need of an update.
This can sometimes leave a huge admin task when you work in a business of 100+ users. Is there a way we can get 365 to notify the users, much like it notifies the admin, when they're in need of updating something...This will vastly improve our quality of life and give so much time back.
Whilst we do make use of package managers, sometimes it's not advised to go ahead and just update whatever as we have developers working on tasks and software updates can be detrimental towards their work, (therefore we have a policy of a two week window to update.) With this in mind - we ask the users to maintain the software they have installed on to their device.