Update Covid-19 measures
Mar 30, 2020 In addition to all measures that are already in force and indicated by the government, MCX has introduced as an extra measure that disruptions on production systems of hospitals are given the highest priority.
In case of hardware malfunctions MCX uses spare parts that are in stock at MCX. First, these spare parts are claimed for the production systems of the hospitals. To replenish this stock, we will contact our hardware supplier.…
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Covid-19 measures
Mar 16, 2020 MCX keeps a close eye on developments around the coronavirus (Covid-19). We follow the advice of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and have taken the following measures based on the advice of RIVM:
    • All MCX employees will work from home from March 12, 2020;
    • Appointments with customers only take place with good health and after consultation with the customer;
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LVI vulnerability
Mar 12, 2020 Yesterday (March 10th 2020) a new vulnerability in the Intel CPU's has been made
public. This vulnerability has been registered with identification number
CVE-2020-0551 and is internally registered in call 177322. This vulnerability is
similar to the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities that were made public on
January 4th 2018. Like in the other vulnerabilities this vulnerability makes it
possible to retrieve sensitive information from the system by using the CPU…
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English Newsletter
Nov 01, 2019 MCX welcome Allseas Group S.A. as a new customer
MCX have recently concluded an agreement with Allseas Group S.A. for the management of their Oracle applications. This does not only involve the Oracle E-Business Suite environments but also the Oracle applications running on Allseas' vessels.

Initially the agreement focused on the management of the applications, which were hosted by Allseas in their own data centre. However, the hardware being…
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