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The secure browser service is a turnkey service that allows you to browse the internet using a disposable isolated browser to prevent compromising your end point from browser-based attacks. If you are a XenApp/XenDesktop customer, these are five reasons Secure Browser is a good addition to your existing on-premises deployment: 1. No infrastructure required The […]


Posted: 2018-06-06 16:54:13

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