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Dealing with “Unknown Unknowns” in the Browser Migration Process

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We talk with customers all the time about their web application issues, and we regularly get the question about how to approach the browser migration process itself. Customers invariably come to us with a known application (or applications) that are …

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Let’s Get Technical: Ion’s Adaptive Quirks Profile

Posted by: Browsium Posted date:

Last time I detailed a bit about the Limited Profile, one of Ion’s more advanced and complex Profile options. Today I’ll talk about Ion’s Adaptive Quirks Profile, which is the default and most commonly-used profile in Ion’s arsenal. The Adaptive Quirks Profile, …

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Guest Post: Using Microsoft App-V to Virtualize and Deploy Browsium Ion

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This guest blog post was written by Tim Mangan, the owner of TMurgent Technologies which specializes in Microsoft App-V.   I have found that many of the companies that are interested in Browsium Ion are also using Microsoft App-V as …

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Browsium Ion 2.0 Update 2 Now Available

Posted by: Browsium Posted date:

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 2, our second maintenance release, is now available. Update 2 is a full release of …

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Let’s Get Technical: Ion’s Limited Profile

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Many customers running legacy applications are also running legacy hardware, and old PCs tend to be memory constrained. To help in cases where PCs are under severe memory pressure, Ion has a “Limited Profile” option, which makes many of Ion’s features …

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HMRC Turns to Browsium Ion to Save Millions

Posted by: Browsium Posted date:

What do you do when you’re under pressure to upgrade your ageing infrastructure but have hundreds of business-critical web applications that won’t work if you upgrade? If you’re like most organizations, you contemplate spending millions to upgrade the applications or …

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Browsium at Microsoft Management Summit 2012

Posted by: Browsium Posted date:

Browsium will be attending the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) in Las Vegas April 16-20 2012. We won’t be exhibiting (so don’t bother hunting for our booth), but we will be spending the week meeting with customers and partners. Email us …

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Microsoft, Camwood and Browsium to Deliver Windows 7 Migration Seminar in London

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Support for Windows XP ends in April 2014 and IE6 dependencies are standing in the way of many Windows 7 migrations.  Legacy – yet still business-critical – web applications are all too often a key migration blocker, so Browsium and …

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What a Difference a Year Makes

Posted by: Browsium Posted date:

One year ago today we shipped our first product, designed to help enterprises keep their legacy IE6-dependent business applications working when upgrading to Windows 7. That was a huge milestone for us as anyone who works in software development will …

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Let’s Get Technical: Overriding Registry Keys with Ion, and Killbits Too

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One of the many powerful features in Ion is our Custom Registry Manager, which allows you to override any key in the registry with new values, but only for the web applications that need those custom settings. We can isolate custom registry …

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