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Marketing18 januari 2022by Marketing DepartmentMicrosoft Edge as default browser for access to legacy web apps and better security

Moving 130,000 workers across 200 worksites in over 90 countries to a new browser is no simple feat. Just think of the challenge ensuring that legacy apps and sites built for local business still work.

To facilitate device management, GlaxoSmithKline enrolled every Windows 10 device in Microsoft Endpoint Manager, making available Microsoft Edge on their internal store for end users to install on-demand. Deployment only took four weeks, and it was so simple that no external services or support were needed.

Today’s users are looking for more ways to remain productive while working on any device. Businesses have security top of mind, and so with those two goals, Global healthcare company GlaxoSmithKline chose Microsoft Edge as its single web browser.

The IT team responsible for the Microsoft Edge deployment of over 130,000 employees enrolled every Windows 10 device in Microsoft Endpoint Manager. With Microsoft Edge now on their internal store, end users could install it on-demand—a perfect solution for employees who are asking for more ways to work the way that they want. With a consolidated default browser, legacy web apps are secure.
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