Java 0-Days are Changing Corporate Use Patterns

With all of the attention to the last few Java 0-days and the market value for them falling them (which many folks believe indicate there are more out there and more coming), we are starting to hear some organizations change their policies around Java, in general. 

It seems some clients have removed it from their default workstation images, restricting it to the pile of as-needed installs. A few have reported requiring more frequent Java update settings and a couple have talked about switching in-house development away from Java to different languages. 

Is your organization changing the way you view Java? How are things changing around the IT shops you work with? 

Drop us a line in the comments or via Twitter (@microsolved or @lbhuston) and let us know what YOU think!

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