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Avoid another year of IE11 custom support — updated eBook outlines a clear migration path

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As you are likely aware, we are approaching the one-year anniversary of Microsoft’s deadline to migrate to IE11. If you opted for custom support last year, the price for that support is set to double, so the pressure is on to make a move. You can risk losing technical support and essential security updates or write another massive check to Microsoft.

But there is a better solution – go ahead and migrate to IE11. Sure, making the move may seem like a huge undertaking, but we’ve updated our incredibly popular eBook Clearing the Path to IE11 Migration to help.

Because most line-of-business applications now run in the browser, you can’t risk incompatibilities caused by a browser migration. The rapid pace of innovation in browser technology, combined with compressed support lifecycles, will force you to confront browser migrations far more frequently. Yet the traditional tools to remediate critical web applications and manage browsers have not kept pace. It is essential to have the right tools and processes to make these migrations as smooth as possible. This eBook is designed to help you assess remediation approaches to quickly and effectively achieve web application readiness for IE11.

Specifically, this eBook provides an overview of the tools which have been historically used to solve web application compatibility issues, along with two browser management solutions. This material is designed to help organizations find the best option to smoothly and cost-effectively achieve web application compatibility and manage web browsers throughout the migration process and beyond.

This updated edition now also discusses how you can gain visibility into your current web application estate and better manage the browser migration process — from discovering what’s in your environment, to planning the best migration strategy, and finally how to carry out actions to take control of your unique enterprise browser environment.

Download the eBook and start planning your migration to IE11 today.

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