Published on April 02, 2014
End of support of Internet Explorer 6 and Windows XP SP3 on 8th April 2014 is causing headache, heartache and expense within organizations around the globe.
The cessation of support for IE 6 and Windows XP is a classic example of external technological forces impacting business applications. Specifically the impact upon business applications that are currently working perfectly well but that cannot run on the latest Microsoft operating system or browsers.
It’s NOT the end of the world, as you know it…
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The Cloudhouse technology suite extends the useful life of your software investments, and negates the need for hardware upgrade, by transporting existing client-server applications to the Cloud, quickly, cost effectively and with no additional investment in IT infrastructure.
This enables IT teams to update to the latest browsers without impacting applications that are dependent upon earlier versions and desktop upgrades can be made without having to purchase new hardware.
Additional information about our approach to protecting against browser and desktop updates can be seen here.
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