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  • Date: January 23, 2020
  • Article by: Elysha Daly

In case you haven’t heard Microsoft is finally ending support for Windows 7.  That’s right folks, if you’re stilling running a 10-year-old operating system, you’re out of support now.  

This means Microsoft won’t be answering technical calls, offering patches or security fixes/updates.

Your path forward should probably be a quick upgrade to Windows 10.  Of course, it’s probably best that you install Windows 10 on a new set of hardware, since the hardware running Windows 7 is also outdated.

If you’re running legacy software that requires Windows 7 and some of its components, please reach out to us for upgrade advise.  IArch Solutions offers Advisory Services available to help you find the best solution for your company.  We can guide your forward to a new home, whether that’s in the cloud, on-premise, or in a hybrid environment.

So, if you find yourself running an OS that was released back when cost looked like the list below, call us:

Cost of Living 2009

Average Cost of new house:  $232,880.00
Average Income per year:  $39,423.00
Average Monthly Rent:  $675.00
Cost of a gallon of Gas:  $2.73
US Postage Stamp: 42 cents
1 LB of Bacon:  $3.19
Movie Ticket:  $7.50
Loaf of Bread:  $1.77
In-state College Tuition:  $6,585.00
Price Of Gold Per Ounce ( September 1st 2009 ):  $958.00
Price Barrel Of Oil:  $53.56 per barrel

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations 2020 Certified Associate Issued to Joe Malewicki, Jr.

  • Date: Jul 07, 2020
  • Article by: Elysha Daly
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Oracle EPM 11.2.2 Dropped

  • Date: Jun 30, 2020
  • Article by: Joe Malewicki
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  • Date: January 15, 2020
  • Article by: Joe Malewicki

In case you missed it, this month’s edition of Oracle Critical Updates dropped, and it has updates pertaining to EPM.  In this case, it’s both Hyperion Planning and Hyperion Financial Close Manager that are on the list:

In the case of Planning, the verbiage relates to the application development framework used to build the product, which has a network vulnerability:

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The Financial Close Manager product also has a vulnerability, though it sounds like it’s much less likely to be exploited:

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The patch set details are found in Oracle Document:  Critical Patch Update (CPU) Program Jan 2020 Patch Availability Document (PAD) (Doc ID 2602410.1)

For both products the update is to patch Fusion Middleware.  If you’re at all concerned about the updates, please let us know and we’ll be here to help keep you secure and up-to-date.

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations 2020 Certified Associate Issued to Joe Malewicki, Jr.

  • Date: Jul 07, 2020
  • Article by: Elysha Daly
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Oracle EPM 11.2.2 Dropped

  • Date: Jun 30, 2020
  • Article by: Joe Malewicki
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