Delivers Control of Your Multi-Browser Environment

In today’s computing environments, browser choice has broadened for the enterprise and end-users. IT organizations, like yours, are challenged with managing multi-browser environments or you can face security risks and an uptick in helpdesk calls.

Browsium Catalyst is a multi-browser web traffic manager for the enterprise, enabling IT to pair all web applications with the most compatible and secure browser. Catalyst works with Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and soon Microsoft Edge.

With Catalyst, IT creates the rules to govern which browser opens each web application throughout the organization. This configuration is then deployed to end user PCs using management tools already in place.

Catalyst Use Cases

Compatibility for Legacy and Modern Applications – Catalyst pairs legacy applications with Internet Explorer and allows modern applications to run in a modern browser such as Chrome or Firefox. Users don’t need to choose a browser, this is done for them transparently by Catalyst. This bi-modal browser strategy was recently recommended by Gartner in their report “Applying Bimodal to Browser Strategies: Legacy and Modern”. We’ve written a short overview.

Addressing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – Catalyst helps accommodate end user choice by enabling application compatibility regardless of installed browser.

Zero-day Exploits – Application compatibility with a second browser enables your organization to switch to a non-impacted browser in the case of a zero-day exploit.

Learn more about Catalyst’s features and benefits.

Why Wait!

See for yourself. Scheduling time with the team at Browsium is the quickest way start managing multiple browsers in your organization. Contact info@browsium.com, we’ll be glad to help. Or you can get a free Evaluation Kit.

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