Ars has a long, but definitely worthwhile read addressing the recent kerfuffle about Mozilla’s new Firefox product lifecycle and enterprise readiness.
For its part, Mozilla seems committed to matching the pace of innovation set by Google Chrome, even at the risk of angering its enterprise deployments.
All the while, Google is pushing into enterprises with Chromebooks, which aim to solve a lot of enterprise problems.
The good news is that many people run more than one browser anyway, having learned long ago that modern browsers lead to a better web experience, and it’s not that big a deal if you have to run IE 6 once a month to access that internal app.
As users self-educate themselves and choose to use multiple browsers, maybe IT can focus on other things, like updating those custom web apps that require IE 6.