Microsoft on Monday announced that the iOS and Android versions of its Edge browser now support single sign-on (SSO) and conditional access – crucial security, management and convenience features to the enterprise.

Integrating Edge on mobile into the broader enterprise ecosystem – leveraging the SSO of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), for example – may be Microsoft's best shot at getting its most important customers to adopt the browser.

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Edge's user share on mobile has been microscopic. According to analytics vendor Net Applications, Edge accounted for just six-hundredths of one percentage point in March, or more than 1,000 times less than the leader, Google's Chrome.

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