Struggling to strike the balance between new technology adoptions and considering new investments wisely? Sometimes it's the smallest changes that can make a big difference, and one of those is focusing investments in areas such as web browsers.
In today's business environment, the growing reliance on web and Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, coupled with the prevalence of remote work and distributed teams, presents novel challenges to IT and security professionals. Their mandate involves ensuring a stable and secure browsing environment for employees, regardless of their location, all while safeguarding the organisation against security threats.
Web browsers have assumed an unprecedented level of importance for businesses, and effectively managing them can deliver more value than many organisations might realise. Well-considered management of them can yield mutually beneficial outcomes for both business and IT teams, as well as the end-users they serve.
Failure to manage browsers can expose businesses to a range of challenges, including:
Limited visibility into browser-related activities.
Inability to tailor policies according to specific business requirements.
Missed opportunities to implement additional security measures for user protection.