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MS Graphics vulnerability leads to Remote Code Execution

MS Graphics is a vulnerability that leads to remote code execution if the user views content that contains specially crafted TIFF files. This vulnerability is known to effect all versions of Microsoft Lync, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack, and Microsoft Office viewers.

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Software Advisory Service (Microsoft)

Software license is an asset of an organization and is tracked by accounting or procurement department. A mismatch in license information can lead into expensive lawsuits like the one between Oracle Corp and Google Inc. Many companies are overlooking or ignorant of license violation and unaware of enterprise risk factor. Software Asset Management (SAM) can help companies avoid fines and corrective license fees, not to overspend on licenses and reduce the installation of illegal software.

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OpenStack For Private & Hybrid Clouds: Costs, Benefits & Risks

The benefits of using OpenStack stem, in part, from the fact that it is a cloud platform and all cloud platforms offer similar benefits. But there are advantages to OpenStack that stem from the way this particular open source cloud platform was created and developed.

Let’s start with the common benefits of cloud platforms. Clouds can lead to improved server utilization over conventional server virtualization. With a cloud, users can start and shutdown virtual instances as needed without direct support of IT staff. This is especially important when
running large, ad hoc jobs, such as data analysis. Servers that may be underutilized at a point in time can be used to run additional virtual instances that increase overall utilization.

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WSO2 Mobile Device Management

OOAC would like to share information on WSO2 Enterprise Mobility Manager (WSO2 EMM), a comprehensive platform that helps to address BYOD challenges. WSO2 MDM solution enables secure over-the-air configuration of WiFi, Email, Password Policy and operations such as enterprise wipe.

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BYOD-Bring Your Own Device

BYOD is an upcoming trend that is being followed by many enterprises where employees can use their personal devices at workplace. BYOD’s easy to use mobile application helps to access shared data smoothly and also provides the advantage of working anytime and anywhere using their own devices. Use of BYOD devices has helped to improve employee satisfaction and productivity.

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Apache Hadoop

In todays world we find data everywhere, its like the air we breath surrounded all around us. The data volumes are growing at a fast rate. This fast growth calls for the need of a strategy to process and analyse the growing data. Data intensive problems have become quite prevalent in organisations of numerous industries. Analyzing and processing large volumes of data becomes quite tedious. Hadoop Implementation has helped to overcome the hurdles in large scale data intensive computing.

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Linux Firewall

OOAC, LLC implemented linux firewall for one of its clients to provide perimeter security. Shorewall was used as the firewall to check on traffic in and out. This ensured quality of service and involved multiple security zones. Delimiter zones with access control was used.

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Kolab Installation

OOAC, LLC helped its clients in implementation of Kolab mail server.

Kolab is considered as an open-source alternative for Microsoft Exchange.

It is free and requires no licensing.

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Microsoft Office 0365 Migration

Microsoft Office 0365 Migration

OOAC,LLC implemented 0365 migration for many of its clients. Microsoft Office 0365 serves all kinds of businesses ranging from individual consultants to enterprises.

Why use Office 0365 for your business?

Reduced maintenance costs, simple and improved productivity.

Anytime and anywhere access to emails, contacts, calendars using any device.

Disaster recovery, robust, security, privacy control and standards.

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Samba Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Recent reports have found that Samba, a tool that is used to integrate linux servers with windows environment faces a vulnerability flaw that allows hackers to gain super user permissions on the networks. The impact is large since Samba is implemented practically everywhere Linux is in use. The flaw is said to have affected 3.6.3 and earlier versions.

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