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Nearly half a million IBM employees get Firefox as their default browser


Like it or not, Internet Explorer is still the browser to beat in terms of market share -- and that's especially true in enterprise settings. One major corporation, however, has just announced a network-wide jump to an alternative browser.IBM's Bob Sutor has big news to share: Big Blue is making Firefox its default Web browser. According to CNet's Stephen Shankland, that means Mozilla's browser will become the de facto for about 400,000 employees. With Firefox's user base hovering around 400 million, that puts IBM staff at .1% of the total -- which seems small, but is still pretty impressive.


Sutor makes some glowing remarks about Firefox in his post: "While other browsers have come and gone, Firefox is now the gold standard for what an open, secure, and standards-compliant browser should be."




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