Reporting web activity is a key responsibility for our community members in school IT. Aside from blocking inappropriate content, getting accurate and detailed reports on user activity is critical to keep students safe and on-task.
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Lightspeed is proud to make the Web Filter 3 general release available to all customers. This is the biggest Web Filter release to date, with more than 100 improvements and features you need — plus some you didn’t even know you need — to help students explore the Web safely and efficiently.
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1. The Web Filter 3 general release is here.
And if you’re a Web Filter customer, you need to get your complimentary upgrade! Go here
to get version 3 documentation and upgrade instructions, watch the replay of our webinar, take a course, and much more.2. Here’s the answer to your No. 1 support question.
Now that the general release is available, some customers have asked if it’s possible to continue using their old user agents. Most user agents will still work with version 3. Most user agents will still work with version 3. For Windows, you need to move from the PC User Agent to the LMA (Lightspeed Management Agent), which uses the latest security protocols. Learn more here
.3. What do customers think about the Management Bundle for Windows?
We recently caught up with the staff at Roselle Park School District in New Jersey to learn about their experience with our Management Bundle for Windows. Watch the video here
. Then, ask for a personalized demo of the Management Bundle for Windows
or new Bundle for Chrome
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Things move at light speed around here, and we want to make sure YOU know what’s going on. So we’re starting this new update, 3 Things From Lightspeed Systems. Every month we’ll share product news, technical tips, resources, and videos — just three quick items each month since I know you’re busy, too.
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