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) used to run. But today, most business applications run in a browser. And, in most organizations, no one in IT is responsible for managing the browsers. That’s a problem.
This is such a problem that we’ve decided to write a Browsium IT Perspective about it titled
“Who owns the browser in your enterprise? Probably no one, and that’s a problem.” We’ve developed this document to help you understand the importance of identifying browser ownership in your organization and it discusses:
By identifying ownership for the browser, your organization can achieve end-to-end control of this previously poorly controlled environment. This includes discovering granular insights about the environment, planning improvements, and acting to improve security, compatibility, productivity, and cost efficiency. Making the shift from reactive to proactive browser management starts with education. Check out this IT Perspective, it’s sure to help.