New IE9 CEOP browser increasing internet safety for families

With the numbers of young adults and children using the internet expanding, and with more families with access to the internet in their homes, keeping children and young adults safer online is more than ever important. Did you know that 26% of children use social network sites such as FaceBook or Moshi Monsters? Or that…

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Webcast: How to deploy Windows 7 when you’re tied to IE6

If you are one of the colleges that need to use Internet Explorer 6 to stay compatible with a specific application you use in some departments, then you may find it useful to know that there are options to help you to move your ICT infrastructure forward, whilst keeping IE6 support on your network for…

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How to manage the risk of Internet Explorer 6

If you’re still running Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) within your campus, instead of being on a later version, then you’re probably doing it for a very good reason – especially as many websites are reducing or removing support for IE6 (for example Google and YouTube both dropped IE6 support this year). And the good reason…

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Internet Explorer patch – time to roll it out

I’m sure you’ve already got this covered, but just in case you have missed it, we released the update for Internet Explorer overnight to resolve the security glitch that the BBC et al have been getting all frothed up about. If you’ve got automatic updates set up on your own computer, or your network, then…

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IE7 update coming your way – automatically…

This isn’t specific to education, and I’m sure that if you need to know things like this, you’ll automatically be registered to our update and security blogs, but for the network managers out there, here’s a quick note: Windows Update will automatically deploy Internet Explorer 7 next month, if you are using Windows Server Update…

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