Patch Tuesday? More Like Patch Doomsday

August Patch Tuesday Release Microsoft have released 60 security patches today covering Internet Explorer (IE), Edge, ChakraCore, Windows components, .NET Framework, SQL Server, as well as Microsoft Office and Office Services. Out of these 60 CVEs, 19 are listed as Critical, 39 are rated Important, one is rated as Moderate, and one is rated as…

Equifax Hack – What To Do Now

Three Steps To Protect Yourself and Your Company Earlier this month we learned that criminals gained access to certain files in Equifax’s system from mid-May to July by exploiting a weak point in website software. The big lesson here: Prepare yourself; this will happen again. You should already assume you are affected by the Equifax…

The Best of 2016: Our Year in Review

Our Year In Review 2016 was a big year for Cloud Management Suite. As a company, we are constantly growing, adding new features and always focused on our customers. IT systems management is frequently changing and it’s crucial to keep up with the latest news, strategies and updates. Every month, we share the latest Microsoft…

Sick of Your Systems Management Toolset?

IT Systems Management toolsets are becoming increasingly more complex. Whether you have tried one single solution or are using multiple products for patching, remote control, software distribution and inventory, so much work goes in to just managing and maintaining these tools. We invite you to join industry expert and Head of Desktop Management Services at…

Patch Tuesday: February 2015

This month’s Patch Tuesday is a bit of an interesting one… MS15-011 affects all supported editions of Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows RT, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 RT, and Windows RT 8.1. Essentially, any domain-joined Windows Clients and Servers…

Patch Tuesday; January 2015

As we enter another year and another Patch Tuesday, we see that Microsoft has now made the patch notifications that little bit harder for the average customer, by stopping the Advance Notification Service (ANS). Along with the regular Patch Tuesday updates, Microsoft publishes an advanced notification on the first Friday of each month, to give…

Who Polices the Security Service?

Questions need to be asked of Patch Tuesday and Microsoft’s approach to it, says Robert Brown. SC Magazine  |  Dec 17, 2014 The next Patch Tuesday, Microsoft’s usual day to issue security updates for its software, is looming again. It will be the 13th of January 2015, then in February and so on. It’s so frequent…