Wednesday, March 19, 2008
On March 18, 2008 Apple began offering their current web browser, Safari v3.1, via Apple Software Update as well.
We recommend that you do not install Safari on your Enterprise computer.
You should un-check this option if it appears. We also strongly recommend that you use Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) as your browser. As an example, Internet Explorer is compatible with the College's SharePoint sites. If you use multiple browsers, we recommend that you use IE as your default browser. To minimize software conflicts do not run different browsers at the same time. If conflicts appear, you may need to reboot your computer and run only the browser of your choice.
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
The Sun ODF Plugin for Microsoft Office gives users of Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint the ability to read, edit and save to the ISO-standard Open Document Format (ODF). The plugin works with Microsoft Office 2007 (Service Pack 1 or higher).
Note: You would only need to download and isntall this software if you commonly receive StarOffice or OpenOffice attachments from others.
FAQs for Sun ODF Plugin 1.1 for Microsoft Office
Link to Download the software is on the above page.
As of March 5, 2008, the current version of Sun's Java client is Java(TM) 6 Update 5.
Plase follow our "How To Update Sun's Java Software" to update your Java software.
This release contains fixes for one or more security vulnerabilities.
Older versions of Sun Java are not removed from your system when downloading and installing new versions from Sun. Therefore, if you have the latest Sun Java version installed, then you should consider removing all older versions of Sun Java from your system. This can be done via "Add/Remove Programs" in the Microsoft Windows "Control Panel".