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 end user workspace. Why? It’s all about the application architecture.

Existing management solutions are designed around packaged, installed, native Windows applications, whereas today’s browser-based applications are compiled at runtime with no clear application boundaries. This calls for a management toolset designed for dynamic, browser-based application environments. Without these tools, your organization is open to an array of hidden risks, ranging from security threats to wasted money. But you can do something about it, and it starts with this 30-minute webinar.

When: Wednesday August 24, 2016
Watch the Webinar On-demand

Join us as we discuss the landscape of modern IT operations management. You’ll learn why managing the browser is more than Group Policy settings and controlling Security Zones. Today, your organization needs a complete browser management solution that gives you visibility, knowledge, and granular control of your mission-critical application platform. With our major upgrade to Proton, Ion, and Catalyst 4.0 released earlier this week, that complete solution is here.

Stop taking unnecessary risks with your IT environment and start taking command of the browser. Watch the webinar on-demand now to learn how.

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