Java stories - Page 2
Oracle gets certified to run SAP applications on its cloud
The application server has received full certification for Oracle Cloud, marking a continuation of SAP application support on Oracle infrastructure.
Apache Struts users warned to upgrade now as 'matter of urgency'
The severe vulnerability, CVE-2017-9805, affects all versions of Apache Struts since 2008.
Raritan's Dominion SX II updates ramp up data center performance
Raritan announces new features for its Dominion SX II products, including Java-free access and control of remote devices.
Expert predictions for software developments in 2017
What do we have in store for the software community in 2017? Burke Holland shared with us his expert predictions.
How your school can keep up with the digital revolution - and not fall behind
The tech world is booming - as a result, coding skills are in high demand, with related jobs paying significantly more than the average position.
Azul Systems expands footprint in NZ with local reseller agreement
Azul Systems partners with Chelmer to offer New Zealand financial services customers access to its Java Virtual Machine.
ControlNow offers businesses 30 day free trial
ControlNow offers a solution that provides web protection, antivirus and patch management. These defences make a business harder to attack.
Outdated Java software #1 problem for Kiwis online
Failing to update Java software is the number one cause of privacy and security breaches online in New Zealand.
Java security concerns not over yet
The recently discovered vulnerability has been finally patched by Oracle, but exploitation continues on computers that have not been updated.
Oracle fixes Java problems
The company has been under fire over the past week after a report by the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), who issued a warning about the software.
Oracle fixing Java issues after security scare
Oracle working on fixing security issues with Java following recent problems - US-CERT warns of vulnerability.
Oracle preparing Java statement in wake of accusations
Security firm expected to comment on the Java software security scare as researchers claim they knew about vulnerabilities since April.
Java PC software open to indefensible attacks
Computer security firms are urging PC users to disable Java software in their browsers due to the risk of defenceless hacker attacks.
Xperia Play gets Minecraft early
The addictive sandbox game will get an early release on Xperia Play phones, along with 20 other new titles for the platform.
Apple partners with Oracle
Oracle and Apple have joined forces for the OpenJDK project for Mac OS X.
PlayTV NZ: the details
We knew PlayTV was coming on November 25th - now we know all the details. Read on to find out how it works and what you can expect to pay.
PlayTV officially coming to NZ before month's end
According to Stuff's Game Junkie, Gerard Campbell, the upcoming launch of PlayTV is official.
Call of Duty: Black Ops shatters entertainment records
Business as usual, then, as Call of Duty: Black Ops becomes but the latest installment of the franchise to shatter entertainment launch records.
Gen-i: Clients will benefit from Tele-fone alliance
Vodafone and Telecom's partnership will help the rural industry develop and export intellectual property.
VMWare runs its business infrastructure on Extreme Networks technology
Extreme Networks today announced that VMware has deployed its innovative enterprise, data centre and Metro Ethernet networking solutions.
TVNZ6 NetGuide Schools Multimedia Challenge 2010 winners announced!
Judging is now finished for the TVNZ6 NetGuide Schools Multimedia Challenge 2010 and we can finally announce the winners!.
Simms signs five new vendors
Elgato, InvisibleSHIELD, Just Mobile, Kanex, and VMware join the peripherals business.