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Isn’t Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Enterprise Mode (EMIE) good enough to remediate incompatible web applications?

With the release of IE11, Microsoft introduced Enterprise Mode to address compatibility issues found in static websites and simple web applications found in an enterprise. For these breadth applications, Enterprise Mode provides IT with an easy-to-use solution that can be configured and deployed seamlessly with existing enterprise management tools. By contrast, mission critical business applications, such as ERP, CRM, and HR systems, are typically very complex and highly customized. Applications like these aren’t broken simply because of a user agent string or a CSS expression button, which Enterprise Mode is designed to address. They are made up of a variety of productivity applications and reporting tools, and each may be broken by a range of issues that require a different set of changes to fix them. This is where the majority of defects surface in complex applications. For mission-critical web applications in enterprise IT environments, Enterprise Mode is often insufficient. And without these applications working in the new environment, the migration project cannot proceed. Therefore, a browser migration in a large enterprise requires a more powerful remediation solution. Large enterprises need Browsium Ion.

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