Monthly Archives: April 2014

Can there be life without Internet Explorer?

There’s no easy answer. Warnings regarding vulnerability CVE-2014-1776 have been issued for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) versions 6 through 11 (which is to say, virtually all versions in operation today). The Department of Homeland Security has recommended users avoid running … Continue reading

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Obsolescence Creep

It might run in Compatibility Mode, but should we? Having been in an AEC environment for many years, I know how fervently some Engineering types can cling to their favorite tools. Human nature, I guess. Stick with the known versus … Continue reading

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