HP adopts Browsium browser management as part of its Internet Explorer 11 migration service
We recently reported on HP's new services to help enterprises migrate to Windows 10. Part of this being the WebApp Accelerator Service for Internet Explorer 11.
Web technology specialist Browsium has revealed that HP has selected its browser management solution as a core component of this service.
Because many business applications today run in a browser, web application incompatibilities can have a significant negative impact on business productivity, and become a barrier to a successful operating system or browser upgrades. With the Windows 10 upgrade cycle beginning this year, and added pressure to migrate to Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 systems by January 2016, enterprise IT departments are in need of complete browser management solutions.
"Each new operating system and browser release can result in complex and costly web application compatibility challenges for our enterprise customers", says Simon Hughes, vice president, Network and Mobility at HP Technology Services Consulting. "The combination of Browsium's browser management software and the HP WebApp Accelerator Service for Internet Explorer 11 give customers a cost-effective, comprehensive solution designed specifically to address their web application compatibility needs".
Browsium's browser management solution addresses these challenges by enabling legacy web applications to work in IE11 on Windows 7 or Windows 10, without modifying server-side code or virtualizing operating systems. It also ensures Java updates can be deployed quickly to keep IT infrastructure secure while retaining the legacy versions of Java needed for application compatibility. This approach is easy to deploy and manage, cost-effective, and provides an improved user experience. Browser management can also deliver a quick and cost-effective response to future changes in web technology.
More information about the Browsium solution is available on the company's website.