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RIP Chrome Frame

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We blogged last year about why Chrome Frame wasn’t the right way to solve IE6 dependencies. The core issues we identified were lack of enterprise management and support, not to mention the fact that it encouraged organizations to continue running … ...

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Enterprise finally deploying IE8 … wait, IE8???

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Software, unlike fine wine, doesn’t get better with age. In fact, software doesn’t age well at all. A product that was great one day is hopelessly outdated the next. In that way, software is much more like milk than wine. … ...

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One year to go and Windows XP decline has stalled

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To those who have migrated your organization from Windows XP to Windows 7 — Congratulations! Given our expertise in dealing with the hardest migration and legacy web application issues, let us be the first to say ‘job well done’. We … ...

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Staying inside the (guide)lines

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I’m a believer in following the rules. As a company we may challenge some rules to be innovative, but following rules has been part of our DNA from the beginning. Rules are part of our product approach – we believe … ...

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Securing your enterprise with Ion and Catalyst

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Browser security, or more precisely, browser “plug-in” security is in the news quite a bit these days with the recent Java exploit. While Java exploits are unfortunately quite common, this recent incident seems to be more serious. It’s not every … ...

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Secure your environment with zero- and partial-footprint installs using Browsium Ion

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ActiveX controls pose a dilemma for IT administrators. While they provide robust capabilities for line-of-business web applications, their mere existence increases the security footprint of applications and can leave systems extremely vulnerable to attack. The latest example of this is … ...

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One way NOT to solve IE6 compatibility issues – a view of Google Chrome Frame

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I like to think of myself as being browser agnostic. I’ve been technologically agnostic since back in the days when I was a software developer (not a good one, mind you). We always took the approach to pick the right … ...

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When will Ion support IE10 in Windows 8?

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With Windows 8 hitting its RTM milestone on August 1st, we’re now starting to field questions about when Ion will support IE10. To support a new version of Internet Explorer and a new version of Windows, we first need the … ...

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Windows 7: Are we half way there yet?

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Earlier this month Tami Reller, Microsoft’s chief marketing officer for Windows, announced that Windows 7 had reached 50% deployment in business. That stat presents the ultimate “glass half full” or “glass half empty” moment. Is the IT world doing well because … ...

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Browsium Support and Services Program Unblocks Migrations

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You can now solve your organization’s IE6 and IE7 dependencies and unblock Windows 7 migrations more quickly and efficiently. With Browsium’s Support & Services Programs you can get the responsiveness, service level, and consulting options needed to meet your business … ...

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