Looks like Firefox is getting some much needed support in their fight against Internet Explorer.
IBM is encouraging its employees to use Firefox, aiding the open-source Web browser’s quest to chip away at Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. Firefox is already used by about 10 percent of IBM’s staff, or about 30,000 people. Starting Friday, IBM workers can download the browser from internal servers and get support from the company’s help desk staff.
And that doesn’t count all the employees who will install it on their laptops and home computers or those who will install it on the computers of friends and family.
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