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Why Browser Telemetry?

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What is the most used and powerful application in the Enterprise IT environment? Okay, the title of this article is what the FBI might call a clue. Seriously though, the modern browser is essentially an OS within your OS, minus the oversight!

Assess and Quantify Threats

Traditional ITOM visibility ends at packaged applications. Not surprisingly, the near-infinite reach of the browser presents significant security risks. The time to react to Zero-day Exploits is extremely short. Browser telemetry provides the necessary visibility to assess and quantify these emerging security issues across your web environment in near real time.

Identify Web Performance Issues

Granular – all the way to a single user’s specific URL load time – performance metrics return environmental control and oversight to operations management by identifying where users are going, what happens when they do, and the impact on the web environment as a whole.

Detailed Extensions Invent

Let’s face it, there are a lot of technical people that work in your environment. Like the Hackers vs Cyber Security war of no end, there’s likely a tech genius in your organization that simply must have their favorite Add-Ons, even if they’re blocked by Group Policy.

Application Management

Management can assess an application’s value to the organization through usage and enhanced telemetry metrics. When introducing new technology, granular metrics can ensure adaptation without breaking or replacing existing solutions.

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