Clearview Tech Bi-Monthly News

April 2014 - Issue 1

Dell Laptops Update

Dell has completed the installation of the Wireless NIC that was causing the blue screens.

For all new issues, please submit a helpdesk ticket.

Thank you for your patience.

New Ricoh Copiers in High School

There are two new Ricoh machines in the High School - one in the Teacher Planning center and one in 716. Training will be provided by a Ricoh trainer on Monday, April 14th in the TPC.

E-Mail Sync

If you are having troubles syncing your mailing account on the Samsung Galaxy S4 after Android 4.4.2 KitKat update, here is a small fix: go to Settings > Data usage > Menu and ensure to check Auto-sync data.

Windows 7 - Problem Steps Recorder

Microsoft News

Upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 8 for only $100

Click here for information.


Microsoft Releases Office for iPad

Click here for more information. -BG


Some of you may heard in the news about a new SSL security threat called “heartbleed”.

Heart bleed is a flaw with a technology called “Open SSL”. Many websites on the web use Open SSL to encrypt traffic going to and from the sites. This security flaw makes it possible for someone to see this web traffic.

The concern becomes people obtaining the username and passwords people use to login to these sites.

Here at Clearview, our web servers are all running Microsoft internet Information Services (IIS). IIS does not use Open SSL so we do not have to be concerned here, but you may want to change your passwords to websites such as Facebook, Gmail, Flickr and many others at home.

Here are two different links to tools that you can use to test to see if a particular website has this security flaw.

Life Vest Inside - Kindness Boomerang - "One Day"


Drop off LaserJet Toner and Ink Jet cartridges to High School Room 300.