As the deadline to migrate to Windows 10 draws closer, you’ve probably either completed the transition or devised a solid plan of action. But does your plan include a strategy to handle the change in default browsers?
Transitioning to Microsoft Edge from Internet Explorer comes with a hiccup: Web applications and websites that use legacy technology might break when opened using Edge. While Edge comes with Windows Defender Application Guard, a more well-rounded malware protection, Internet Explorer is still very much necessary to open your organization's legacy web applications.
Check out our white paper to find out how you can enjoy the features offered by Edge, while still ensuring web applications and browser compatibility, all without compromising end-users' productivity.