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Important Announcement regarding the KB Digest blog

We have an important announcement today regarding this blog and the KB Digest blog.

Since 2007, our sister blog- The KB Digest has been published weekly, containing all the new KBs published by product the previous week.

What is being changed, and why?

The KB Digest is being merged into this blog, under the category KB Digest. With one central location for all Support communications with our customers we expect to be able to build our brand and broaden our audience.

Specifics:

1. Starting Jan 16 2017 no new content will be published to The KB Digest blog. Current content will remain active for one month after which the blog will be removed.
2. New posts will be found at The Support Insider, under the category KB Digest.
3. RSS subscribers will continue to receive updates uninterrupted (ie: no changes to your subscription are needed).

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