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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 Java security updates while still ensuring compatibility for all your line of business applications. With Ion, you can run multiple versions of Java side-by-side in Internet Explorer for your mission-critical applications, and use only the latest version for the web to maximize security.

When: Wednesday 10 December 2014 at 0900 PST/ 1200 EST / 1700 GMT

Browser-based Java management should be a core component of every organization’s security management policy. We meet with enterprises every day that are facing the difficult challenge of balancing security against the needs of their various business applications which require older, insecure versions of Java.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how Browsium Ion delivers granular Java management to enable isolated and secure side-by-side Java versioning. By giving IT administrators the ability to specify which version of Java loads for which sites (targeted down to the single page level), Ion enables your organization to avoid compromising security for compatibility. Users can continue to perform their internal critical business functions while accessing websites as they normally would, but IT limits exposure to external threats by using the most current, most secure version of Java. And the Java management configuration process is simple with the Java Version Manager wizard included with Ion.

You’ve suffered with Java compatibility and security problems long enough. Learn how Browsium Ion can put an end to your Java version management challenges for good.

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