|What are RSS feeds?
RSS (which variously stands for Really Simple Syndication or
Rich Site Summary) offers an incredibly simple and efficient
way to keep up-to-date with web content that interests you. It
is a standard XML format for delivering content that changes
on a regular basis - delivering it to you in small chunks with
a synopsis, preview, or headline and a link to a document or
RSS allows you to get the latest headlines and articles (or
even audio files, photographs or video) in one place, as soon
as they are published, without having to remember to visit each
site every day. It takes the hassle out of staying up-to-date,
by showing you the very latest information that you are interested
Using our RSS feeds you can easily keep up to date with new
products, patches, downloadable resources and support articles
from our knowledge base.
How do I use the feeds?
You will need a RSS newsreader to use our RSS feeds. RSS Newsreaders
can read, manage and display content from RSS feeds. Some of
these newsreaders are standalone applications while others run
in your browser. Each XML icon listed below contains a link to
one of our RSS newsfeeds. You will need to learn how to add new
feeds to your RSS Newsreader, although in most cases it is possible
to right click on the xml icon, copy the link, and then paste
it into a configuration screen in your RSS newsreader.