MS13-061, released on Tuesday to address 3 vulnerabilities in an Oracle component in Exchange Server, causes data to be inaccessible in Exchange Server 2013. Microsoft has pulled the update and released guidance for how to work around the problems it causes.
User interface work is consuming the R&D budgets of ERP vendors everywhere. Products designed for the client server or Web 1.0 world really need re-developing. Infor has gotten out front, but efforts by Sage, SAP and SumTotal are right behind them.
As corporate roles between men and women balance, does this mean rates of fraud should be roughly equal too?
Tight online partner collaboration and a data-driven internal culture have helped Australia's second-largest supermarket chain partner with suppliers to eliminate stock-outs through better forecasting.
Battery failures alerted Boeing to potential design failures -- and now engine fire safeguards appear to be flawed.
The Nature Conservancy, the U.S. Forest Service and loggers hope technology can help prevent catastrophic wildfires in Arizona.
Licensing of commercial drones has been limited so far, but it won't be long before usage starts expanding. In them meantime, CXOs need to assess and plan for possible legal ramifications.
HONG KONG -- Facing the threat of constant censorship in China, the free encyclopedia maintains dialogue with the government to improve access to the site.
The Australian privacy commissioner has revealed the results of a global privacy sweep, with more than half of the websites examined failing to meet the requirements set out by the upcoming Privacy Act reforms.
Because output from renewables are often intermittent, they need fossil fuel plants as backup. New software from IBM hopes to improve these power output predictions.
Kogan Mobile and Aldi customers can rest easy, as Telstra will not be able to cut off the mobile services for customers under wholesale reseller ISPOne until a court battle between the two companies over debt has been resolved.
For the time being, it looks like a lot is about to change -- at least from an outside perspective -- with a number of new user interface enhancements on the way.
Innovation takes an existing technology, keeps it simple, and applies it to existing processes or requirements. FutuHR takes HR processes and moves them to the cloud and mobile platform.
CEO John Chambers noted that the company posted records for earnings and revenue and customers are seeing Cisco as an architecture partner. But to hit its numbers in the quarters ahead, Cisco will cut 4,000 employees.
The short story is that earnings beat expectations while revenue missed the mark. Q2 guidance also hovered around analyst expectations.
The company has identified the exact bug and the products that are affected and is working on a patch. Contrary to earlier reports, all configurations of affected products may exhibit the bug.
Everyday things and even smart buildings could be powered and connected to the Web without any batteries by using the energy that's available in wireless signals.
The home of the National Park Service is making the jump to the cloud with help from IBM's SoftLayer unit.
Mimicking Workday and Trulia, the U.S. online education hub files -- secretly! -- for an initial public offering.