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Why do I need browser management in my enterprise? Aren’t my existing management tools sufficient?

The browser is now the core platform for end user workloads in the enterprise, where web applications have replaced native applications for nearly every business task. Yet today’s modern IT organizations lack the tools needed to manage this critical component …

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What are the major improvements in the 4.1 version of Browsium’s browser management suite?

Version 4.1 of our browser management suite is another big step forward for enterprise IT, as it continues to be the best-in-market tool for browser dependency reporting and management. In this release, special emphasis has been placed on detecting and …

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What’s new in version 4.0 of Browsium’s browser management suite?

The new release of Browsium’s browser management suite includes new versions of each of the suite’s three modules: Browsium Proton 4.0, Browsium Ion 4.0, and Browsium Catalyst 4.0. The most notable change to the suite is the new, unified Browsium …

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What are the benefits of the new unified Browsium Client?

Enterprise organizations require a complete browser management solution that gives them comprehensive browser activity data, knowledge through analytics, and granular control of this mission-critical application platform. That means using Browsium Proton, Ion, and Catalyst together to take command of the …

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How has Java management improved with Browsium Ion 4.0?

Enabling multiple versions of Java to run side-by-side in Internet Explorer has been a hallmark capability of Browsium Ion since its first release in 2012, providing IT with a simple, yet powerful solution to manage and secure Java across the …

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How do Ion 4.0 Limited Java profiles compare to Oracle Java Deployment Rule Sets?

Limited Java profiles in Ion 4.0 build on Oracle Java Deployment Rule Sets (DRS) to provide enhanced Java management. The DRS functionality is built into the Java Development Kit (JDK) that Browsium has long-used for Ion’s Java Version Manager. Now, …

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What are the most important new features in Proton 4.0?

In addition to the benefits of the unified Browsium Client, Proton 4.0 adds many enhancements in data collection and reporting. Two of the most notable are a new Privacy Mode that anonymizes user names and IP addresses to comply with …

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What’s new in Catalyst 4.0?

Catalyst 4.0 benefits greatly from the unified Browsium client, adding support for more advanced rule syntax and Internet Explorer Protected Mode. But, of course the biggest benefit is the simplified deployment and management of the Browsium Client. Beyond those additions, …

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How is version 4.0 of the Browsium browser management suite packaged? Is it now one product?

The Browsium browser management suite is a collection of three modules – Browsium Proton, Browsium Ion, and Browsium Catalyst – with a shared, unified Browsium Client that provides a single client installation for all three modules. Proton, Ion, and Catalyst …

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Can I buy all three browser management suite modules together or do I need to buy each module individually?

Each module in the Browsium browser management suite – Browsium Proton, Browsium Ion, and Browsium Catalyst – can be purchased separately, but the complete suite provides comprehensive end-to-end browser management required for managing enterprise IT today. Pricing discounts are available …

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If I’m already using one of the browser management suite modules today, how do I upgrade to version 4.0?

Version 4.0 of Browsium Proton, Browsium Ion, and Browsium Catalyst are available as a free upgrade for customers with an existing license key and active maintenance and support agreement. Existing customers will find a downloadable version of 4.0 available for …

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Can I evaluate each of the modules in the Browsium browser management suite before purchase?

Yes, each module – Browsium Proton, Browsium Ion, and Browsium Catalyst – has a 30-day evaluation version available for free download from Browsium.com. You’ll find all three in the Eval Kits & eBooks section of the Contact tab at the …

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If I only use one Browsium module, will this new unified client add any unnecessary code or overhead to my IT footprint?

No, Browsium Client will only activate the features for the appropriate modules that have been configured and licensed by your IT department. Browsium Client can be deployed to every PC and will remain in a dormant state until IT provides …

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