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Seth Erickson

Microsoft to force opening on Edge

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In another step towards moving people from Internet Explorer to Edge, Microsoft will be introducing functionality in an upcoming Edge release that will force certain websites to open only in Edge when an attempt is made to view the sites in IE … ...

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Domain security runs through the browser

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Written by Matt Heller – 3min Read As previously discussed, the browser is at the center of the competitive efforts to dominate the end-user workspace. The convergence of Chrome and Edge to the same Chromium codebase shifted the historical ‘browser … ...

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Java, what will become of thee?

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By Matt Heller | Read Time: 3 min 22 sec Long ago, Larry Ellison promised us that Java would be the future. I think it’s safe to say that Java is indeed a part of our future (present?). Sadly, it’s … ...

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New Webinar

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Why You Need a Browser Strategy Thursday, February 20th, 2020 – 1:00 PM (CST) Join Browsium Found Matt Heller in this unique look at why the browser is much more than just a standard application and how it became more … ...

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Edge is coming (and Winter is here)

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On January 15th, Microsoft will officially release the new version of Edge. It’s not going to be an update to the new Edge browser they released in 2015, and it will be a different browser. Built on the Chromium rendering … ...

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Browser Safety FAQ

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By Christopher Dworetzky | Read Time 6 min 4 sec Q. What is browser safety? Browser safety refers to a broad set of precautions that can be taken to help secure a browsing environment to enforce information assurance. By not … ...

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Browsers suck (memory, battery, etc.)

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By Matt Heller | Read Time: 2 min It’s essential to start off saying that we love browsers. We love the web. We love the vendors who make the browsers. However, browsers suck – they literally drain the life from … ...

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Java Pain Points

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By Matt Heller Browsium was started to solve a particular customer pain point – helping customers migrate off IE6 to end that chapter in the history of the web. As we were designing the solution to that problem, we began … ...

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Ensuring the web is part of your strategy

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By Matt Heller There’s an old saying that failing to plan is a plan to fail. I was reminded of that while reading over the headline campaign for the upcoming Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo. “How will the future of the web … ...

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Top 5 reasons why you need a browser management strategy for 2020 and beyond

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By Chris Dworetzky The “roaring” 1920s were a period of significant economic advancement in the west. It was a decade of social, technological and artistic upheaval. Business was booming across Europe and North America as the shadow of World War … ...

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Microsoft to force opening on Edge
Posted on: November 18, 2020
Domain security runs through the browser
Posted on: September 18, 2020
Java, what will become of thee?
Posted on: February 13, 2020

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