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Mozilla introduces enterprise version of Firefox Quantum browser

Wednesday 14 March 2018 | 10:12 CET | News
Mozilla has announced the launch of an enterprise version of its open source Firefox Quantum browser, designed for easy deployment across the IT infrastructure of a business. Available as a beta release, Firefox Quantum for Enterprise features new administrative controls that allow IT professionals to install a pre-configured version of the browser on employees' Windows, Mac and Linux PCs. Mozilla said administrators can, for example, set up a default proxy, disable certain features, or package Firefox Quantum along with a collection of Add-Ons or bookmarks.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Mozilla
Countries: World
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Any Quantum updates are great news as I love the speed. I don't love the bookmark manager though, I prefer Bookmark OS
Mike Kane @ 14/3/2018 - 19:04


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