Posts Tagged ‘ Internet Explorer ’

Browsium Catalyst Available Now – Time to Quell Corporate Browser Choice Feuds?

January 31, 2013
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Browsium Catalyst

Browsium released Catalyst a browser management utility designed to make deploying multiple browsers in the enterprise a manageable reality. We see what substance there is in Catalyst's ability to increase the rate of support and change in your browser deployment and how it could impact user experience and environment security .

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News: Browsium Catalyst Multi-browser Management Tool Released to Beta

October 26, 2012
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Browsium Catalyst

While multi-browser environments are often needed to address compatibility and security problems, they come with several management challenges. Browsium are developing Catalyst to allow the most compatible and secure browser for each website on every PC in an organization to be centrally managed. A free beta trial is available.

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Browsium Ion: time to get going from IE6?

February 7, 2012
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Browsium Ion: time to get going from IE6?

Reports on IE6's death are often greatly exaggerated. IE6 is still there alive and well in a large swathe of enterprise desktops. This puts a risk on projects that look to move an organisation beyond Windows XP. Browsium's Ion addresses the fear uncertainty and doubt many had with Unibrows. Browsium Ion gives corporate users what…

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Virtualizing Internet Explorer: Microsoft Takes The Ball and Goes Home

November 26, 2010
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There is great outrage to Microsoft's reluctance to play ball and support virtualization of IE. Without an alternative, the solutions offered by Microsoft are expensive, cumbersome and difficult to maintain. Virtualising the application may well allow different browser versions to co-exist - but the user-experience can be cumbersome with links to other applications not always…

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