IBM recently announced it Firefox Adds Firefox To the list of default software she expects her employees to use. To be precise, there are about 400,000 employees, joining the millions of fox users around the world. One of the company's employees, Bob Sutter, wrote in his blog last week "Firefox is the gold standard when it comes to an open, secure browser, and compliant with existing standards."
Sutter explained that any employee who is not currently usingFirefox You will be prompted to do so from now on, and this is the browser that will be installed on each new computer that the company acquires. "We will continue to encourage our distributors to use and support the browser," Suter added.
Given that it is a fast, secure, reliable and relatively common browser with a wide range of plugins, it is not surprising that more and more independent users and companies are adopting it.
According to recently collected statistics,Internet Explorer in a variety of versions controls about 60% of the browser market, while Firefox controls only 23 percent. In third place on the list is Google's Chrome browser with seven percent, and the rest are shared between Safari, Opera and others. If all IBM employees do move to Firefox, it will be a painful blow toInternet Explorer - Still, 400,000 users is not a walking number.