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Secure your environment with zero- and partial-footprint installs using Browsium Ion

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ActiveX controls pose a dilemma for IT administrators. While they provide robust capabilities for line-of-business web applications, their mere existence increases the security footprint of applications and can leave systems extremely vulnerable to attack. The latest example of this is …

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One way NOT to solve IE6 compatibility issues – a view of Google Chrome Frame

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I like to think of myself as being browser agnostic. I’ve been technologically agnostic since back in the days when I was a software developer (not a good one, mind you). We always took the approach to pick the right …

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When will Ion support IE10 in Windows 8?

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With Windows 8 hitting its RTM milestone on August 1st, we’re now starting to field questions about when Ion will support IE10. To support a new version of Internet Explorer and a new version of Windows, we first need the …

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Windows 7: Are we half way there yet?

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Earlier this month Tami Reller, Microsoft’s chief marketing officer for Windows, announced that Windows 7 had reached 50% deployment in business. That stat presents the ultimate “glass half full” or “glass half empty” moment. Is the IT world doing well because …

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Browsium Support and Services Program Unblocks Migrations

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You can now solve your organization’s IE6 and IE7 dependencies and unblock Windows 7 migrations more quickly and efficiently. With Browsium’s Support & Services Programs you can get the responsiveness, service level, and consulting options needed to meet your business …

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Important Update to Java “Side-by-Side” Guidance

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The Java Runtime Environment (JRE) has a long history of security and functionality updates, which often leave older applets in a broken state. This causes enterprises to either avoid the updates and miss out on the benefits or use virtualization or complex …

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Update 3 for Browsium Ion Now Available

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Since the release of Ion in January of this year, we’ve remained committed to improving Ion’s compatibility with the web applications that our customers are running. Browsium Ion 2.0 Update 3, our third maintenance release, is now available. Update 3 is a full …

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Browsium Ion 2.0 Update 3 Release Notes

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The Browsium Ion 2.0 Update 3 release notes provide specific details on what’s new and known issues for this version. Browsium-Ion-2-0-Update-3-ReleaseNotes.pdf

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Meet Browsium in Toronto at Microsoft WPC

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Browsium will be attending the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto, Canada in July and would love to meet with current and potential partners. If you’re a reseller, integrator, or othewise interested in partnering with Browsium, drop us a line …

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New Whitepaper Helps You Build Business Case for Ion

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Enterprise organizations have a variety of options to choose from when migrating legacy web applications to modern operating system and browser platforms. Browsium has published a new whitepaper titled “Solving Legacy Browser Dependencies in the Enterprise” which outlines the cause …

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