Longview software not affected by Java flaw identified by US Department of Homeland Security
TORONTO, Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Longview Solutions, a leading provider of corporate performance management (CPM) and tax reporting software, today announced that it is not affected by the Java flaw identified by the US Department of Homeland Security http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/625617.
"Keeping our customers and partners informed about issues or potential issues is a pillar of our success in the area of customer service," said John Power, President and CEO, Longview Solutions. "Though we don't use the Java plug-in in any of our software suites, we know it may be a concern for our customers and Longview solutions wanted to put their mind at ease."
The US government issued a security bulletin that recommended PC users disable Oracle's Java on their systems, because of several issues with the software that are making computers vulnerable to attack by hackers. For more information, please contact Longview's support organization at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Longview Solutions provides a corporate performance management (CPM) and tax data management platform that leading companies such as Aon, Brunswick, Lexmark, The Home Depot and Trustmark use to drive performance with speed, visibility and financial integrity. Since 1994, Longview has been helping clients create a single repository of financial truth from which all, or any one of the following key financial processes can be performed: financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, modeling, disclosure management/XBRL reporting, statutory consolidation, management reporting, profitability analytics, tax data collection, tax provision/reporting and tax planning. Longview is an Exact company headquartered in Toronto, Canada with additional offices in Philadelphia, Chicago (USA), London (UK), and Amsterdam (NL). For more information please visit www.longview.com.
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