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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 – Day 3

19 September, 2019

It’s day 3 of Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco and we’re back gathering all of the latest information for you from Oracle’s annual conference being held at the Moscone Center. Today we will be bringing you information primarily around Oracle Linux which sits at the

By    -   CEO, Technical Director

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 – Day 2

18 September, 2019

We were back at the Moscone Center in San Francisco today attending Oracle OpenWorld 2019 and obtaining the latest information on all things Oracle. The day was planned to be quite variant with information on MySQL, Oracle Database and Oracle Cloud across 6 different sessions.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 – Day 1

17 September, 2019

September to December is what we like to know as conference season with several annual conferences and tech events taking place in these months. The most notable in recent years has been Microsoft Ignite which typically takes place in the last 2 weeks of September,

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End of Windows 7 Support

25 July, 2019

Mainstream support for Windows 7 ended in January 2015, however, as of January 14th 2020 the extended support phase will end and Microsoft will no longer be providing any updates or technical support for PCs running on Windows 7.

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Vinters Recognised With G-Cloud Listing for its Oracle Database Services

12 July, 2019

The G-Cloud framework, operated by the Crown Commercial Service, is used by the government to connect public sector organisations with suppliers of cloud-based services, including hosting, software and support. Buyers will benefit from faster and cheaper cloud services that are adapted to suit their needs from a range of different suppliers.

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Windows RDS Vulnerability

29 May, 2019

Microsoft has released a patch in May which will rectify over 70 vulnerabilities, which perhaps most importantly resolves an issue whereby malware can exploit systems and devices running Remote Desktop Services (RDS), which used to be known as Terminal Services. This is being treated as

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