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Browsium Ion 2.0 Update 1 Now Available

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Customer response to Browsium Ion has been overwhelmingly positive. Since our launch in January, we’ve been working with enterprise organizations from around the world to help them overcome the web application compatibility problems that have blocked their Windows 7 upgrades. …

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Let’s Get Technical: Feature Control Keys (FCKs) and Ion

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Do you remember the Microsoft security crisis of 2002-2004? I certainly do. I was an engineer on the Windows & Internet Explorer team at the time. It seemed like every day on my drive into work, I’d hear a new …

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Let’s Get Technical: Script Injection, String Replacement, or Content Override?

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Ion includes many ways that you can ‘fix up’ bad, broken or obsolete web content without directly touching the web server. In the past I’ve blogged or posted videos about 3 of our tools: Script Injection, String Replacement and most …

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Let’s Get Technical: Using Ion’s New Content Override Feature

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Hi, it’s Christopher again. It’s been a while since my last “Let’s get technical” blog post, but now that Ion has been released there are several new features worth talking about. The first cool new thing in Ion that I …

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Updated Help Content for Ion

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One of our goals for Ion was to improve the amount and type of help and support documentation that was available for customers and partners throughout the life of the product. Ion’s Configuration Manager pulls help content from the web, …

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Watch and Learn: Write Your First Rule with Browsium Ion

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For those of you who are eager to evaluate Ion within your enterprise, we’ve made it easy to see how to use and configure Ion. If you just want to see how Ion works and what it does, watch our …

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Debunking the Myth: “My application requires IE6”

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With our release of Ion earlier this week, we have taken great steps to help enterprises migrate away from Windows XP and IE6 and to the world of Windows 7 and modern versions of IE. Our first product, UniBrows, was …

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Goodbye IE6, Hello Ion

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Today’s introduction of Browsium Ion, makes this a very exciting day for Browsium and our customers. For the past 6 months, we’ve been hard at work on this next-generation solution to help solve IE6 and IE7 dependencies in the enterprise. …

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Press Release: Browsium Ion General Availability

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Browsium Helps Organizations Say Goodbye to IE6 Forever with Release of Next Generation Solution Browsium Ion enables Microsoft IE6-dependent business applications to run in IE8 and IE9, without using the IE6 engine REDMOND, WA — January 31, 2012 — Browsium …

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Happy Holidays

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As 2011 winds down, we’d like to wish all of our customers and partners a very happy and healthy holiday season. 2011 has been a tremendous year here at Browsium and 2012 is shaping up to be even better, as …

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