How to identify applications that are incompatible with Win 10 and App-V, using AppDNA to analyse and package into Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers, includes 5 Top Tips. By Stuart Moore, Head of Product
I am really excited to announce that End User Compute expert, CTP , blogger, security enthusiast and reverse engineer extraordinaire, Remko Weijnen will be joining Cloudhouse. Remko posses some unique skills that will benefit Cloudhouse's product and customers. Welcome Remko. By Stuart Moore, Head of Product
Cloudhouse announce support for Universal Windows Platform and Windows Store for Business; incompatible line of business applications can be packaged in Containers, converted to UWP with Desktop Converter and published to Windows 10/10 S devices.
Last week there was another ransomware attack based upon a variant of WannaCry, while this attack has reputably been used to cover the tracks of a targeted attack it highlights the same underlying problem facing victims of WannaCry.
It's Christmas time again, and as 2016 draws to a close our Engineering Team reflects upon a year of innovation and disruptive thinking.
A week after attending Future Decoded, Cloudhouse Technologies Head of Marketing reflects on the event...
In this rapidly expanding world of cloud and application virtualization, I’ve come across many products which offer features that give a competitive edge over their peers. Every product has key selling points which are attractive to users, but they also have some limitations.
Cloudhouse Priya Saxena, supermom, virtualization enthusiast and a developer by heart presents The Magic of Compound Application Virtualization at BriForum 2016 Boston next week.
For the first time in the history of application virtualization, competitive virtualization technologies are combined together to form a superior solution, overcoming the limitations of each of the individual virtualization engines...
After about five years, following the Softricity acquisition (and the resulting emergence of App-V), the industry started to realise there was still a problem.
Apps that were created over 10 years ago to solve a specific business problem struggle to move ahead in this brave new world... Until Now
Not many of us "love" shopping, here we discuss how outdated retail store software systems are making these experiences even worse.