[thelist] NS 4.7 compatibility?

Robert Vreeland vreeland at studioframework.com
Fri Jul 28 14:31:27 CDT 2006

One, the browser used by bank employee's does not indicate the security in
place on their web servers, etc.

Two, even though the browsers may be free themselves, upgrading 10 of
thousands of users to a new browser still cost the company money both in the
time devoted to the process and in any software / application updates /

To the original question, have you considered ASP. Net and allowing the
server to handle the output based on whether it is an up level or down level

Robert Vreeland

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[mailto:thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Dennis Lapcewich
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If a bank cannot keep up with current technology and standards with respect
to the web, what other areas of computer technology are they also lagging
behind?  In this day and age of identity theft and laptops going missing
(even with big banks such as Wells Fargo and Bank of America), why should I
trust this bank to protect me?

If I were a customer of this bank and had knowledge of this thread, I would
be raising hell with bank management right now and seriously considering
taking my business elsewhere.



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