Product release: August 2022
The big news this month? You can now deploy the Push browser extension to your managed machines and browsers without needing interaction from users!
Here’s what’s new on the Push platform this month:
Deploy the Push browser extension to your managed machines and browsers without needing interaction from users.
Support added for 78 new SaaS platforms bringing the number of SaaS platforms supported by Push to over 350!
Managed browser extension deployments
Our most requested feature is here! You can now deploy the Push browser extension using GPO, device management software, or managed Chrome browsers with zero interaction from users.
Obviously this new feature makes things easier for you, but it also has a massive impact on how quickly you can deploy Push. You can be up and running with Push, with all of your employees onboarded, in minutes. One centralized deployment of the browser extension and one API integration is all it takes to be fully deployed.
Using the managed rollout feature works like this:
Go to the new browsers page,
Select your enrollment method, and
Download the config for your team.
Track the deployment using the new browsers page, which shows you details of your coverage so you can see which users, browser types and operating systems are covered.
We have guides for each enrollment method, so you’ll be set up in no time.
How to deploy the Push browser extension in:
Google Chrome using the Google Admin Console
Google Chrome using Group Policy
Microsoft Edge using Group Policy
Google Chrome using Microsoft Endpoint Manager (InTune)
Microsoft Edge using Microsoft Endpoint Manager (InTune)
Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge on MacOS using an MDM
New SaaS platform support
In the past month we’ve added support for 78 new SaaS platforms. You can now help your users securely use over 350 SaaS platforms using the Push browser extension.
We’ll be continuing to add to our SaaS coverage as we onboard more users who are logging into more apps. You can see our full list, which we’ll continue updating in real time.
One more quick update: we now have a status page, which provides real-time and historical data on system performance.
That’s it for now, but there’s plenty more in the hopper. Send us your requests at email@example.com and we’ll see if your idea aligns with our roadmap. And, as always, feel free to reach out with any questions or if you need help overcoming any hiccups.