One new year’s resolution meets IT challenges of 2017

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Happy New Year everyone. Here’s to hoping you’re all ready to tackle the challenges 2017 has in store. This is the time of year many people publish their forecasts and prognostications, so there are plenty of opinions out there as … ...

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Why IT operations management tools are insufficient for the modern end user workspace…and what you can do about it

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The browser is now the core platform for end user workloads in the enterprise, with web applications outnumbering native Windows applications by 12:1. Yet modern IT organizations like yours lack the tools to properly manage this critical component of the … ...

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Ion 3.5 delivers unparalleled Java management

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We recently released Ion 3.5, which delivers a huge leap forward in Ion’s ability to manage Java. In this post, we’ll drill deeper into the value Ion 3.5 delivers for any organization using Java in business-critical web applications. There are … ...

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New whitepaper: Managing Java Security in the Enterprise

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Today, Java is part of nearly every organization’s ‘standard’ desktop image, often used for mission-critical business applications. And Java usage is prevalent beyond with the enterprise as well. Oracle claims more than 3 billion devices are running Java globally. That large … ...

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Browsium webinar: Manage and secure Java with Browsium Ion

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Update December 12: The video and Q&A from the December 10th webinar are now available. Join us next week for a 30-minute webinar featuring Browsium founder Matt Heller. Matt will discuss how Browsium Ion can help your enterprise keep current with … ...

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Enterprise finally deploying IE8 … wait, IE8???

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Software, unlike fine wine, doesn’t get better with age. In fact, software doesn’t age well at all. A product that was great one day is hopelessly outdated the next. In that way, software is much more like milk than wine. … ...

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Getting in the zone with Browsium Catalyst

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Consumers generally access all content from the Internet, where the default security assumption should be that content is untrusted and barriers should be provided to protect the user’s system. Therefore most modern web browsers default to security settings that are … ...

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Don’t give up on Java just yet – it can be secured!

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Java is having a bad year. We’re barely three months into 2013 and there have been several security updates to Java 7, each one addressing issues discovered only hours or days after the previous security hole had been contained. At … ...

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Securing your enterprise with Ion and Catalyst

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Browser security, or more precisely, browser “plug-in” security is in the news quite a bit these days with the recent Java exploit. While Java exploits are unfortunately quite common, this recent incident seems to be more serious. It’s not every … ...

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The multi-browser enterprise Is here to stay

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For many years, the enterprise browser standard has been Internet Explorer. In fact, despite the increasing popularity of browsers like Firefox and Chrome in recent years, you’d be hard pressed to find a CIO today who claims any browser other … ...

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