Browser-based web applications have a complex architecture which you must manage very differently when compared with native Windows applications. Learn why this is the case and why it matters.
Unmanaged browser environments increase security risk, and you can’t secure this open environment without the proper toolset. Learn how managing your browser environment can improve your security profile.
Productivity suffers and money is wasted when browser environments are not properly managed. Learn how managing your browser can preserve IT resources, open up more opportunities for value-add projects, and improve your company’s bottom line.
Browsium Browser Management Suite Overview
Manage everything browser-based within and outside your enterprise, from discovery to action, with Browsium’s browser management suite. Our software enables browser-based legacy, modern, and cloud business applications to work seamlessly together, decoupling dependencies, eliminating operational risk, reducing your security exposure, and shortening deployment cycles. Read more
Get a complete picture of what’s going on in browsers throughout your organization – allowing you to see through the blind spots other management tools leave behind. With browser management, you can inventory, analyze, and rationalize your complete web application environment to reduce security risks and costs.Read More
Keep up with new operating system and browser releases in your enterprise without compromising application compatibility. Browser management helps you solve IE11 migration challenges and manage Java without compromising compatibility or security. It also enables you to pair web applications with the most compatible and secure browser.Read More
You can manage Java, ActiveX controls, zero-day exploits, and even run multiple versions of Java side-by-side for improved security and compatibility. With browser management you can reduce your attack surface area by identifying and eliminating unused applications, as well as document your regulatory compliance and security reporting data.Read More
New release steps up Java and ActiveX discovery, introduces new web application performance analytics Today we released version 4.1 of our browser management suite, with updated versions of Browsium Proton, Ion, and Catalyst. These three modules comprise the first-everread more
As you are likely aware, we are approaching the one-year anniversary of Microsoft’s deadline to migrate to IE11. If you opted for custom support last year, the price for that support is set to double, so the pressure is onread more
If your browser-based web applications stop working, who in your organization owns the issue? Every company has IT staff responsible for Windows, because that’s where nearly all end user applications (like Word and the client side of client/server applications) usedread more