Browsium Catalyst Beta 2 now available

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As discussion surrounding the multi-browser enterprise heats up, our development efforts on Browsium Catalyst continue at full speed. Since the Catalyst Beta 1 release in October, we’ve had great feedback from customers around the world. They’ve told us that the ability to control which browser opens each website on every PC in the organization is critical to their IT operations. Some are moved by Catalyst’s ability to mitigate zero-day exploits. Others love zone management of Chrome and Firefox. And everyone agrees the multi-browser enterprise is here to stay.

Today we’re excited to deliver Browsium Catalyst Beta 2, the next critical milestone on our path to enabling IT to control their multi-browser enterprise.

What’s New in Catalyst Beta 2

There are a number of significant improvements in Browsium Catalyst Beta 2, including:

  • Deployment of Catalyst configurations via Group Policy (Active Directory)
  • Support for Chrome profiles to invoke Chrome with custom settings
  • Ability to set any arbitrary application as a Rule target for one-way redirection
  • Global settings for Rule templates to make Rule creation faster

How to Get Catalyst Beta 2

We truly value product feedback and feature requests and we encourage everyone to try this latest software release. There are two ways to get Catalyst Beta 2:

If you’ve been testing Catalyst Beta 1, you’re on our list and should have received an email from Browsium Sales today with a custom Beta 2 download link. Contact us if you can’t find it.

If you’re new to Catalyst, simply fill out our Catalyst Beta request form, verify your email address, and you’ll be directed to the Catalyst Beta 2 download page.

Let us know what you think after you’ve installed Catalyst Beta 2. We’re working quickly to finalize Catalyst for its production release in early 2013. Thanks for checking out the final beta!

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