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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

ERP Security Warning Issued by US-CERT

ERP systems make a very appealing target for hackers, as these systems run business-critical processes and contain highly sensitive financial information, manufacturing secrets and even customer information such as credit card numbers.

The Department of Homeland Security Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) recently released an alert citing a study that highlights the risks posed to thousands of unpatched ERP systems. This study specifically discussed SAP and Oracle systems, but similar risks can exist for any ERP system which may be incorrectly configured, out-of-date, unpatched, etc. 

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Posted by Jen Scherer at 01:45 PM No Comments

Labels: erp, security, cybersecurity

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

When it comes to manufacturing Enterprise Resource Planning, you must pay attention to the basics

No ERP system, even Infor CloudSuite Industrial or Infor VISUAL, will give you reliable and accurate information, regardless of the data collected and analyzed, without these “guiding principles” in your manufacturing culture: 

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Friday, February 09, 2018

[VIDEO] Meet the Factory of the Future 

The Factory of the Future is coming, and it’s being built on technology, innovation, and advanced manufacturing capabilities. But what is it, exactly? And what are the technologies you need to know about to help your manufacturing company embrace the change?

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Monday, February 05, 2018

Gain New Insights Into Your Manufacturing Business with Infor VISUAL ERP

Attend this webinar on Tuesday, April 10 to learn about the key features and benefits of Infor VISUAL ERP that will lead to new ways to analyze the operations of your manufacturing company. 

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Friday, January 05, 2018

Upgrading your ERP creates strong backbone for a digital agenda

Digital technology is here to stay and changing customer preferences and perceptions in an unprecedented manner. Manufacturers and their ecosystems have never been under such a pressure to make transitions to modern  IT solutions. Their large-scale investments in the IT landscape over the years needs to be revamped to address this change. Many manufacturing organizations are doing quick fixes to stay digitally relevant by addressing only the customer experience component. This has limited success.

Greater transformation success can be seen by those who keep their ERP at the very latest version.

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Labels: infor, upgrade, erp

    

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