Microsoft Internet Explorer End of Support


Impact to TigerConnect Users

Microsoft has scheduled its browser Internet Explorer (IE) for End of Support effective June 15, 2022. To avoid technical and security issues we are requesting that all TigerConnect web users switch to supported browsers to launch TigerConnect solutions immediately.

After June 15th, we will not be addressing any issues with TigerConnect solutions related to the IE browser. Additionally, we encourage customers who have not already done so, to familiarize themselves with the risks around continuing to use Internet Explorer after Microsoft stops supporting the browser.

Effective December 1, 2022 — the TigerConnect platform will no longer be accessible via IE.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Internet Explorer?

A discontinued browser owned by Microsoft.

What is End of Support?

A term used to describe when a developer or a company stops providing technical support and issuing security patches and updates for a piece of software or hardware.

What happens if I continue to use IE after June 15th?

Ignoring the notification to change can lead to security risks and vulnerability for your organization. It can also negatively impact how the TigerConnect solutions work.

Which browser would it be best to use?

Please contact your internal IT department to get their recommendations/preferences.

Who should I contact if I have more questions relating to TigerConnect?

About TigerConnect

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Trusted by more than 7,000 healthcare organizations, TigerConnect maintains 99.99% verifiable uptime and nearly 5 billion user sessions each year.