Security standards and industry best practice recommend that older TLS protocol versions (1.0 and 1.1) no longer be used for secure communications. Effective February 28, 2020, Simplifie will disable older TLS versions on our web servers. As a result our servers will refuse connections using TLS v1.0 & v1.1 beginning February 28, 2020.
Most Simplifie customers using modern browsers and operating systems will not be impacted. Only very old browsers and operating systems will be unable to make connections using the newer TLS protocols. Beginning February 28, 2020 it will be necessary to use an operating system and browser capable of connections using TLS v1.2 or higher. This will be necessary for customers to connect to Simplifie hosted products or services.
Attached to this article are some documents that will help explain this change, including frequently asked questions and details on compatible operating systems and browsers.
To avoid any disruption to our services please take time to understand these changes and take the necessary steps to communicate them to your IT team as well as users of any subscribed Simplifie applications, VirtualBoardroom (VBR), DotApprove and RightSlide.
Should you have any questions regarding the changes from February 28, 2020, please reach out to the Simplifie Customer Success Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.