Today most end user productivity tasks are performed in the browser, with on-premises or cloud-based web applications. When you migrate to Windows 10, you may assume all productivity applications and components will maintain compatibility post-migration. However, the stakes are high if your assumption is wrong. Compatibility issues with a business-critical application can result in a blocked migration and web application downtime will directly impact your organization’s bottom line. It’s just not worth the risk.
Browsium software delivers comprehensive browser environment telemetry and control, enabling you to confidently and smoothly migrate to Windows 10. Our customers make agile, informed migration decisions and use Browsium software to head off issues before they become serious problems. They are empowered to understand and control their browser environment during a 3-phase migration process which includes pre-migration assessment, remediation, post-migration monitoring.
Any migration requires an inventory and understanding of the resources and workloads that must transition to your target platform. Here is what you can identify in your browser environment using Browsium software:
This critical data is delivered via a graphical dashboard, along with detailed reports on all on-premises and cloud activity organization-wide.
Next you need the ability to control your browser environment to ensure compatibility for all browser-based applications. This is achieved by remediating incompatible applications, routing traffic between multiple browsers, pairing applications with the most compatible browser, managing Java, and removing unnecessary software. Here are they ways Browsium software helps you can gain control to make a smooth migration to Windows 10:
Finally, you need the ability to monitor your browser environment to ensure you deliver an efficient and robust user environment. Browsium software enables you to do this in the following ways:
As you plan your Windows 10 migration, you’ll almost certainly encounter a strong push to standardize on Edge as your new, modern browser. Whether you use Edge, or adopt Chrome as your modern standard, you’ll need to understand your web application inventory and usage, along with which applications will work in Edge. We’ve written a detailed Edge-readiness blog post to guide your through this effort.
We’re here to help you make your transition to your Windows 10. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make sure you have the tools you need for a successful migration.