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One new year’s resolution meets IT challenges of 2017

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Happy New Year everyone. Here’s to hoping you’re all ready to tackle the challenges 2017 has in store. This is the time of year many people publish their forecasts and prognostications, so there are plenty of opinions out there as … ...

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Avoid another year of IE11 custom support — updated eBook outlines a clear migration path

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As you are likely aware, we are approaching the one-year anniversary of Microsoft’s deadline to migrate to IE11. If you opted for custom support last year, the price for that support is set to double, so the pressure is on … ...

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Who owns the browser in your enterprise? Probably no one, and that’s a problem.

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If your browser-based web applications stop working, who in your organization owns the issue? Every company has IT staff responsible for Windows, because that’s where nearly all end user applications (like Word and the client side of client/server applications) used … ...

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Watch the August 2016 webinar on-demand

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On 24 August 2016, Browsium hosted a webinar: Why today’s IT operations management tools are insufficient for the modern end user workspace … and what you can do about it. The webinar was a huge success for the live audience … ...

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Why IT operations management tools are insufficient for the modern end user workspace…and what you can do about it

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The browser is now the core platform for end user workloads in the enterprise, with web applications outnumbering native Windows applications by 12:1. Yet modern IT organizations like yours lack the tools to properly manage this critical component of the … ...

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Major upgrade to our browser management suite released today

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New releases will improve security and save money in IT operations management. Today we released 4.0 versions of Browsium Proton, Ion, and Catalyst. These three product modules comprise the first-ever end-to-end browser management suite designed to improve security and reduce … ...

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Safety in numbers: Browsium industry success stories

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Many in IT want to be seen as innovators – a very worthy aspiration. But it’s also comforting to know that the technology platform upon which you’re going to bet your business is a proven solution already in use by many other … ...

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Browsium Executive Overview provides browser management platform primer

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Web browsers are a critical component of modern IT infrastructure. Many existing business applications run in a browser, with more moving to the cloud every day, yet the tools to manage browsers have not kept pace. Today’s rapidly changing operating … ...

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Managing the multi-browser enterprise with Browsium Catalyst and Group Policy

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This post has been authored by Kirk Quinn, Browsium’s client engagement manager (and SE extraordinaire). He spends the bulk of his time working with our enterprise customers on their deployment strategies for Browsium software. Browsers are getting more and more … ...

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Introducing Ion’s Java Version Manager

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Browser-based Java management should be a core component of any company’s security management policy. Countless others have written about the need to control legacy Java versions and we’ve blogged a few items ourselves about how Browsium Ion helps companies take … ...

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