December marks the end of the fiscal year for many companies. It’s a critical time for finance professionals and certainly the cause for many year-end headaches. This is the time of year that finance teams bury themselves in their financial data to prepare those necessary year-end reports and statements.
This annual close out period comes during one of the heaviest workload periods of the year, when month-end, quarter-end, and year-end combine into the perfect storm that requires every ounce of the finance department’s time and energy.
According to CFO, it’s estimated that the average accounting team requires a full 25 days just to complete its annual close.
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We want to provide you with an update on the Log4J vulnerability that was identified this weekend as it relates to your Synoptix installation. The short answer is that there should be no vulnerability issues with Synoptix. Synoptix no longer uses Log4J. Version 7 did use version 1.2 of Log4J (which was not vulnerable), and should therefore also be clear of any vulnerability issues related to Log4J version 2.0-2.14 (which was identified this weekend as having vulnerability).