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The Business Case for Standardizing on a Single Modern Browser in the Enterprise

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Free, eleven-page report from Forrester Consulting that outlines key findings, detailed survey results, and recommendations for enterprises deciding whether to standardize on a single browser for work PCs.
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    12/13/2012

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    The Business Case For Standardizing On A Single Modern Browser.pdf

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      In September, 2012, Microsoft commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the considerations that IT managers weigh when deciding whether to standardize on a single modern browser or to support or allow the use of nonstandard browsers in the enterprise. Forrester’s study found that 96% of enterprises standardize on a single browser for work PCs, and the majority enforce that standard. Of those that do support or allow the use of nonstandard browsers, 86% of firms experienced significant cost increases. Firms with a multi-browser strategy spent an extra $4,200 per web app, for example, translating to additional costs of almost $400,000 annually for large enterprises. Please download this free, eleven-page report for more key findings, detailed survey results, and recommendations.
  • System Requirements

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    Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012

      This guide is available in PDF format. To access the file, you will need Adobe Reader or a compatible PDF reader.
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