Monthly Patching Updates


Each month, OneNeck engineers review newly released updates from vendors, like Microsoft, to understand any known issues, actions required and understand the priority of each. This is done immediately following Patch Tuesday releases, and we monitor for adjustments to patches throughout each month.


The information below is gathered monthly during this review and posted for awareness to our customers. This information is generally updated only once per month and is based on our engineers’ review of the information provided by the vendor at that time. As always, for the most up-to-date patching information, please see the vendor’s website or contact us.


Note: If OneNeck actively manages a device or software that is impacted by any of these vulnerabilities, when necessary, OneNeck will be in direct contact with you regarding remediation.

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June 19, 2024

June Patching Update: Securing Systems as Temperatures Rise

Welcome to June’s edition of the OneNeck IT Solutions patching blog. As we approach the Summer Solstice; the longest day of the year, it’s a perfect reminder to shed light on and address vulnerabilities within your systems. Staying proactive in patching and updating is essential as we move into the summer months. This month, we […]

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