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Enterprise IT, Featured, News - Friday, August 3, 2012 11:17 - 9 Comments
news HP has confirmed its global chief executive Meg Whitman has landed in Australia for a brief visit, in a move that comes as fallout from a bungle at key HP customer the Commonwealth Bank of Australia continues to make itself felt.
On Thursday last week, according to sources, a patch was issued by a HP unit in New Zealand using Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) remote deployment tool. It appears as if the patch was intended to be distributed to a small number of desktop PCs at HP customer the Commonwealth Bank. However, it was mistakenly applied to a much wider swathe of the bank’s desktop and server fleet than was intended.