Managing patches manually is futile, Ecora exec says

No matter which vendor trumpets a big-time security initiative and then vows to clean up its software, there will always be software bugs and a need for patch management. Alex Bakman, a former programmer, former IT executive and current chief executive and co-founder of Portsmouth, N.H.-based Ecora Software Corp., says that as long as software continues to be developed in the manner it is today, bugs are here to stay. Bakman, whose company will exhibit version 2.0 of its Patch Manager software at the Microsoft Management Summit next week, relayed his own assessment of customers' security challenges in the world of Windows.

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