This local government has had internal fights for years over web browsers -- mainly from users who want Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as an option, according to an IT pilot fish on the inside.
"Many software updates want to install Chrome, and many users have personal preferences for Firefox," fish says. "However, many of our apps require Internet Explorer and that has been our standard for many years.
"We've regularly gone through the headache of a user installing Chrome or Firefox and then complaining when their IE apps don't work -- the solution being to purge the rogue browser.
"Recently the discussion has been that IE and Edge are junky and freeze up a lot both here and at home on websites, and that an alternate browser may be worth allowing. The question is which one.