Web browsers and applications

Windows 10 introduced a new web browser, Microsoft Edge. IT pros must understand the ins and outs of this web browser as well as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and more. In addition, it's important to know how web apps work on each different browser and how to troubleshoot any problems that may arise.

Web browsers and applications News

  • September 02, 2020 02 Sep'20

    Microsoft launches Word transcription tool

    The new Microsoft Word transcription feature makes crafting notes from an audio file a more streamlined process. The service is available with a Microsoft 365 subscription.

  • August 28, 2020 28 Aug'20

    Microsoft ending 365 IE 11 support in 2021

    With Microsoft 365 IE 11 support coming to an end, organizations must prepare for the day when relying on the browser is no longer an option, industry observers said.

  • April 09, 2020 09 Apr'20

    Cameyo NoVPN removes a remote work bottleneck

    Cameyo's NoVPN provides secure employee access to internally hosted apps without taxing corporate VPNs that are already strained by the remote work explosion.

  • January 03, 2020 03 Jan'20

    Will Microsoft's Edge start a new browser war?

    Analysts say the new browser fight between Google and Microsoft could be about the future of work, as enterprises increasingly move to web applications.

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