Why Invest in Your Business Technology?

Posted by Theresa Hietpas

Jan 27, 2016 9:30:37 AM

dollar graphic“Wealth” is more than just money.  It represents more time, more freedom, more flexibility to do the things you want to do, when and where you want to do them.  It is more satisfaction in what you do, and more peace of mind in how you do it. 

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Topics: technology costs, Tech News, Update

Microsoft Patch Tuesday: Going To Be A Big One

Posted by Eric Torres

Apr 11, 2011 9:16:00 AM

PatchTuesdayGet ready for Patch Tuesday, April 12: Microsoft is issuing 17 software fixes, nine of them considered "critical" to its Windows operating system, as well as to Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office.

Altogether, the patches will fix 64 security holes, or vulnerabilities, in a wide range of Microsoft's software, including Visual Studio, and .NET Framework.

The 17 patches are the same number of fixes Microsoft released in December to address 40 different problems. The newest round ties with December's fixes for the most patches in a single bulletin.

This is a fairly significant update and system administrators should plan for deployment as all windows systems including Server 2008 and Windows 7 are affected by critical bulletins. Frequently used office applications like Excel 2003 through 2010 and PowerPoint 2002 through 2010 are also affected.

For more information about this Security Bulletin click here. For assistance deploying this update, contact the River Run Help Desk at 414-228-7474.
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Topics: Patch Tuesday, Microsoft, vulnerabilites, Update

River Run Tech Blog: End of Year Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Posted by Eric Torres

Dec 15, 2010 3:31:00 PM

Once again, Microsoft has a large number of security vulnerabilities to be addressed, and today is the last Patch WindowsUpdateTuesday of 2010. This update will address 40 vulnerabilities contained in 17 security bulletins.

Five of the 17 security updates, fixed long-standing flaws that could be used by attackers to plant malware on a PC by tricking Windows into thinking a malicious DLL (dynamic link library) was actually a legitimate part of the OS.
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Topics: Microsoft, vulnerabilites, Windows, Update

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