Check out what's new in the Altru 4.99 (February 2018) release!
As part of our commitment to sector-leading security and in alignment with industry best practices set forth by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council, Blackbaud is disabling TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.0 encryption protocol across all its solutions on March 15th, 2018.
Before March 15th, 2018, your organization will need to:
If your organization uses Altru’s Odata and/or API capabilities, in 4.99 you’ll need to ensure Blackbaud ID credentials are used for these connections. In the last release (version 4.98), we introduced the Blackbaud ID and Omnibar, our new single sign-on experience. To ease the transition to SSO, we allowed ‘old’ Altru logins to continue to work to ensure Odata and API connections were not interrupted. However, once your organization is updated to 4.99, all connections will need to use the Blackbaud ID email address and password going forward.
4.99 New Features training is February 21th at 4 p.m. ET. Register now!
You can also view and print the detailed New Features Guide.
Tip: This topic appears automatically after a release. To quickly check back and review a new feature, click the What's New link in the help panel. To learn more about features from other recent releases, see What's Recent.