Microsoft shares its Microsoft Edge Enterprise roadmap

Laurent Giret

Last week, Microsoft announced that the Edge Insider Dev Channel was now ready for enterprise testing, complete with the new IE Mode that was announced back at Build 2019. In a new blog post published yesterday, the company reiterated its ambition to create the best web browser for enterprise customers, and we now have a more detailed Enterprise Roadmap for the new Chromium-based web browser.

The Dev Channel already has several enterprise features enabled by default including over 180 Group policies, sign in with Azure AD accounts, Application Guard on Windows 10, and more. Starting this week, Microsoft will use a controlled rollout to deploy new features such as integrated Microsoft Search and a new Enterprise tab page. Additionally, the software giant is working on more enterprise capabilities including support for Microsoft Information Protection and Windows 10, as well as additional languages.

“We believe that with today’s announcement, the enterprise feature set is complete enough for most companies to start evaluations and pilots,” the Microsoft Edge team said yesterday. You can find more details about enterprise features on the Microsoft Edge Insider website, and offline installers and ADMX files are also available to download.