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Friday, February 10, 2012
- Study finds attacks slip past spotty patch management policies
A study finds attackers targeting firms with poor patch management policies, exploiting vulnerabilities that should have been patched years ago.
- S&OP software projects rely on cultural, business process changes
Successful S&OP software projects are far more about fostering cultural and organizational change than addressing technical challenges, experts say.
- Ace Hardware picks SAP Financials over Oracle for order processing
When Ace Hardware went looking for a way to integrate its financials and order processing systems, it decided going with Oracle was too risky.
- Internet Explorer 6 apps hinder corporate adoption of Windows 7, IE9
Organizations still rely on Windows XP and IE6 apps because they're a chore to upgrade. But IT pros can move without ditching legacy IE6 apps or having app compatibility problems.
- TDWI BI Executive Summit: Business intelligence benefits & strategies
Get news and other information resources about strategies for gaining business intelligence benefits, reported from the TDWI World Conference and BI Executive Summit in Las Vegas.
- Windows Intune helps strapped IT departments with desktop management
Small IT departments say it's better late than never for Windows Intune -- a cloud-based desktop management app for remote desktop access, patches, antivirus and software updates.