Browsium In The News

Discussions about browsers in the enterprise are happening all over the web - and Browsium and our products come up over and over. These discussions range from compatibility to security and all the related issues that give IT fits as they struggle to manage browsers in today’s enterprise. Click through the links on this page to join the discussion. If you’re a member of the media and would like to schedule an interview or demo, contact press@browsium.com.

Microsoft Announces New Support Policy for Internet Explorer
Kurt Mackie, Redmond Magazine, August 7, 2014

Microsoft’s IE 11 ‘Enterprise Mode’ Aims To Break Old Habits
Kurt Mackie, Redmond Magazine, April 10, 2014

A Two-Pronged Approach to Browser Strategies Allows for Legacy and Modern Browser Strategy
David Mitchell Smith & Ray Valdes, Gartner, March 7, 2014

Windows XP migration tools help IT ward off upgrade hassles
Diana Hwang, TechTarget, March 7, 2014

Windows XP users face costly choice as Microsoft ends support
Matt Markovich, KOMO News Seattle, February 13, 2014

Life support’s ABOUT to be switched off, but XP’s suddenly COOL again
Gavin Clarke, The Register, February 5, 2014

Rumor: IE 11 To Get ‘Enterprise Mode’ for Browser Compatibility
Kurt Mackie, Redmond Magazine, January 31, 2014

Microsoft Not Backing Down on Windows XP Expiration
Paul Thurrott, Windows IT Pro, January 27, 2014

The hidden threats facing your unsupported XP devices
Cliff Saran, ComputerWeekly, January 20, 2014

Browsium throws lifeline to XP users
Cliff Saran, ComputerWeekly, October 22, 2013

Google Extending Chrome Support for Windows XP
Kurt Mackie, Redmond Magazine, October 16, 2013

Legacy apps holding you hostage? 7 ways to safely migrate off Windows XP
Derrick Wlodarz, BetaNews, October 13, 2013

Expert chat: The end of Windows XP and IE6
Gavin Clarke, The Register, October 9, 2013

500 MEELLION PCs still run Windows XP. How did we get here?
Gavin Clarke, The Register, October 1, 2013

Windows XP support shutdown: The race against time for the enterprise
James Bourne, AppsTech, September 10, 2013

Support for XP will extend past April 2014 — for a price
Kevin McCaney, GCN, September 4, 2013

Win XP alive and kicking despite 2014 kill switch (Don’t ask about Win 8)
Gavin Clarke, The Register, August 2, 2013

Google Chrome Plug-In to Vanish From Internet Explorer
Rohit KVN, International Business Times, June 14, 2013

Windows XP Death March: Tips, Tools and Last-Ditch Support Options
Kurt Mackie, Redmond Magazine, April 23, 2013

Google tells Microsoft IE shops: We can help you with those ‘legacy apps’
Gavin Clarke, The Register, April 17, 2013

XP migration easy pickings over, say experts
Gregg Keizer, Computerworld, April 10, 2013

Microsoft Pulling Plug on Windows XP
Steve Jones, Wall Street Journal, April 8, 2013

Windows XP end of support one year countdown begins
Caroline Donnely, IT Pro, April 8, 2013

With just one year of support left, Windows XP clings to 39% market share
Todd Bishop, GeekWire, April 8, 2013

If Google got a haircut, a tie and a suit, would it be Microsoft?
Gavin Clarke, The Register, April 5, 2013

Why does your company force you to use IE?
Seth Rosenblatt, CNET, February 12, 2013

Browser Management Tool Catalyst Goes Wide
Rick Robinson, Midsize Insider, February 6, 2013

Enterprises standardize on four-year-old IE8, says dev
Gregg Keizer, Computerworld, February 4, 2013

Browsium Catalyst Available Now – Time to Quell Corporate Browser Choice Feuds?
Andrew Wood, The Virtualization Practice, January 31, 2013

Browsium offers simple browser management tool for desktop admins
Gabe Knuth, SearchVirtualDesktop, January 30, 2013

Catalyst ready to change enterprise browsing
Seth Rosenblatt, CNET, January 24, 2013

The impending crisis that is Windows XP and IE 8
Troy Hunt, troyhunt.com, January 21, 2013

Microsoft-bankrolled report argues for single-browser enterprises
Gregg Keizer, Computerworld, December 17, 2012

Will standardizing on a single browser today help keep IT costs at bay?
Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet, December 14, 2012

Report Outlines the High IT Costs of Using Multiple Browsers
Kurt Mackie, Redmond Magazine, December 13, 2012

Microsoft: There Can Be Only One … Browser
Paul Thurrott, Supersite for Windows, December 13, 2012

Browser Apps and the Future of Web Browser Management
Paul Thurrott, Windows IT Pro, November 27, 2012

Use the browser you want, when you want, with Browsium Catalyst
Andrew Cunningham, Ars Technica, November 16, 2012

Browsium Catalyst Promises to Ease Legacy IE Woes for Midsize Businesses
Willie Pena, Midsize Insider, November 7, 2012

Browsium creates Catalyst to solve legacy IE problems
Seth Rosenblatt, CNET, November 2, 2012

Browsium offers enterprise-wide IE zero day kill switch
Liam Tung, CSO Australia, November 1, 2012

‘IE hit squad’ helps ease browser babel on office PCs
Gavin Clarke, The Register, October 31, 2012

Browsium Rolls Out Multibrowser Management Tool
Kurt Mackie, RedmondMag.com, October 30, 2012

Microsoft aims to herd 70% of enterprise onto Windows 7 by mid-2013
Gavin Clarke, The Register, October 29, 2012

Browsium offers to help CIOs make sense of “multi-browser world”
Caroline Donnelly, IT Pro, October 26, 2012

Browsium Catalyst Multi-browser Management Tool Released to Beta
Andrew Wood, The Virtualization Practice, October 26, 2012

Browsium Announces Availability of Catalyst Beta Download for Improving IT Security
Calvin Azuri, InfoTech Spotlight, October 26, 2012

Windows XP turns 11, still not dead yet
Gregg Keizer, Computerworld, October 25, 2012

Which browser for that web app? Browsium’s new tool lets the IT team decide
Todd Bishop, GeekWire, October 25, 2012

Browsium Cataylst is a brilliantly simple way to manage multiple browsers
Gabe Knuth, BrianMadden.com, October 25, 2012

Who’s afraid of Windows 8?
Gavin Clarke, The Register, September 13, 2012

Vast Majority of Big Businesses Still Rocking Windows XP, Claims Browsium
Pulkit Chandna, Maximum PC, August 1, 2012

Windows 7 Enterprise Deployments: Glass Half Full or Glass Half Empty?
Paul Thurrott, Windows IT Pro, July 31, 2012

Big biz ‘struggling’ to dump Windows XP
Gavin Clarke, The Register, July 30, 2012

Living with Internet Explorer 6: Six ways to ease the pain
Andrew Cunningham, Ars Technica, April 17, 2012

Two Years Left for Windows XP
Paul Thurrott, Windows IT Pro, April 10, 2012

All major government departments in talks with Browsium
Kathleen Hall, ComputerWeekly, April 5, 2012

Browsium lands biggest customer yet, moving UK agency from IE6 to IE9
Todd Bishop, GeekWire, April 4, 2012

Browsium rescues HMRC from IE6 – and multimillion-pound bill
Gavin Clarke, The Register, April 4, 2012

HMRC awards IE6 upgrade contract to SME and saves £50m
Bill Goodwin, ComputerWeekly, April 3, 2012

HMRC picks an SME – and saves itself £50m
David Bicknell, Campaign4Change, April 3, 2012

SME Browsium wins HM Revenue & Customs IT upgrade £50m contract
Sourcing Focus, April 3, 2012

Giants hooked on IE6 web apps
Liam Tung, ITnews for Australian Business, March 7, 2012 (free registration required)

Browsium tackles legacy Web app IE6 dependencies with browser management tool
John Abbott, 451 Research, February 29, 2012 (subscription required)

Internet Explorer 6 apps hinder corporate adoption of Windows 7, IE9
Bridget Botelho, SearchEnterpriseDesktop, February 10, 2012

Browsium Ion: Time to get going from IE6?
Andrew Wood, Virtualization Practice, February 7, 2012

Microsoft spurs Browsium to rewrite tool for running IE6 on Windows 7
Ron Condon, SearchSecurity, February 3, 2012

Death of IE6 still greatly exaggerated, says browser hit squad
Gavin Clarke, The Register, February 2, 2012

Browsium releases Ion to help migrate to Windows 7, Microsoft no longer pissed off
Gabe Knuth, BrianMadden.com, February 1, 2012

Ion seeks to save IE6 users from themselves
Seth Rosenblatt, CNET, January 31, 2012

Browsium Allows Your IT Dept To Finally Upgrade From IE6
Alex Knapp, Forbes, January 31, 2012

Still stuck on Microsoft’s IE 6? There’s an updated tool for that
Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet – All About Microsoft, January 31, 2012

Browsium Ion will help to get businesses off of IE6 forever
John Callaham, NeoWin, January 31, 2012

Hello, Windows 7? Browsium comes up with new way to run old web apps in IE8, IE9
Todd Bishop, Geekwire, January 31, 2012

IE 6 And The Dark Side Of Success
Paul Thurrott, Windows IT Pro, January 31, 2012

Browsium allows IE6 web applications to be run in modern browsers
SC Staff, SC Magazine, January 31, 2012

Browsium offers an escape route from Microsoft IE6
Daniel Robinson, The Inquirer, January 31, 2012

IE6 users: no longer caught between a rock and a hard place
IS Staff, Infosecurity, January 31, 2012

Browsium offers firms a managed way to ditch IE6
Daniel Robinson, V3, January 31, 2012

How to Successfully Help Customers Mitigate Application Issues Around Windows 7
L .N. Balaji, CRN, January 3, 2012

Microsoft celebrates the death of IE6
Iain Thomson, The Register, January 3, 2012

Car rental firm cruises past IE6 security issues
Ron Condon, SearchSecurity, November 11, 2011

A conversation with Browsium founder Matt Heller about IE6 on Win7 (and how we got into this whole mess)
Brian Madden, BrianMadden.com, November 10, 2011

Case study: Avis Europe’s migration from XP to Windows 7
Cliff Saran, ComputerWeekly, October 31, 2011

 

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