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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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Extensions are great, but not always secure. Learn from history.

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by Matt Heller I’m old enough to remember when ActiveX first ‘came on the scene,’ and it was transformative. To that point, we’d all used static content and simple hyperlinked pages. You could manage to fake some dynamic content if …

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Oracle and the New Java Subscription Frontier

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By Chris Dworetzky While not without its hitches, the tech world was relatively silent when Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems in early 2010. However, over time, many Sun applications began adopting a new monetization strategy. The Solaris operating system, for example, …

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Why I believe the end of Edge is a good thing

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Years ago, while working with Microsoft as part of the team working on Internet Explorer, I was part of a conversation about abandoning the efforts to build a competing browser rendering engine. As mainly an observer to the discussion, I …

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Browser management suite 4.4 now available

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New Microsoft Edge support empowers you to make on-premises and cloud-based web application environments future ready. Today we released version 4.4 of our browser management suite, with updated versions of Browsium Proton, Ion, and Catalyst. Together they deliver comprehensive IT …

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Edge-ing closer to enterprise ready

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Browsers have become the killer app – well, the killer platform. The underlying OS has less and less value, and the Chrome OS shows the browser is really all that’s needed. Browser vendors and the standards community have worked very …

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Heating up browser competition – Firefox Quantum

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New browsers don’t come around very often so it makes sense to talk about them, but a new version of an existing browser? Usually that’s just about features or security updates. So, while they are important to talk about, a …

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Improve IT operations by embracing shadow IT

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Shadow IT, identified and unidentified cloud applications or services not directly under the control of IT. We’ve been hearing more and more concerns about this issue from our customers and partners. In fact, a Cisco survey of CIOs asked them …

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