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Saturday, January 1, 2005

Web Conferencing Companies Need To Start Supporting All Browsers, Not Just IE

As I have been just reporting in this column Internet Explorer will likely not be the Web browser of choice for the majority of Internet users in 2005.

Photo credit: Philippe Ramakers

Internet Explorer has been rapidly losing market share since the beginning of 2004 and in just the last 12 months it has left on the table over 20% of its previous loyal users.

The issue is of particular concern to Web conferencing, collaboration and live presentation companies who have been betting their cards on technologies that heavily rely on IE presence and which may find that their strategic choice in requiring Microsoft internet Explorer is gradually becoming a critical marketing liability that they hadn't planned for.

Who, among conferencing vendors is in and who is out of the Microsoft IE lock?



Find out here:

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posted by Robin Good on Saturday, January 1 2005, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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