Western Australia’s Curtin University has turned to software provider TechnologyOne to bolster its Software as a Service (SaaS) ERP solution, as it works to respond to the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Database vendor Oracle's E-Business Suite is at risk due to vulnerabilities discovered in December last year, and which could give attackers full control over a company's enterprise resource planning solution.
Organisations need to move to the cloud to take advantage of rapid technological change and to keep up with the speed of business changes. Oracle executive vice-president of applications and product development, Steve Miranda, said at Oracle OpenWorld Asia.
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