Enterprise Browser And Desktop Trends, Q4 2006 And Q1 2007
August 7, 2007
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Building applications and Web experiences for an enterprise audience can be a different game than developing them for the general consumer. Forrester's month-on-month study of more than 50,000 enterprise users reveals some interesting insights into browser type, operating system, screen resolution, color depth, and Java and Flash adoption; this is especially useful for developers and product strategists working on software-as-a-service and rich Internet application initiatives. This report is a summary of adoption from October 2006 to March 2007.
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