James Rankin has worked in IT since 1995, spending nearly ten years as a server engineer and systems administrator, since late 2004 he has primarily focused on user and application virtualization. He currently works for a boutique consultancy called HTG in the north-east of England, focusing on EUC solutions, cloud, mobility and digital transformation. He is a current CTA (Citrix Technology Advocate) and AppSense Community Advisor (ACA)
"A couple of years ago, I reported on Cloudhouse and its new approach to handling application virtualization. At that time, it looked like a very intriguing piece of technology. Recently, I caught up with Mat Clothier, Cloudhouse’s CTO, for a quick chat about where the company is currently focused and how it sees things developing in the future..."
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Win32 and .NET applications can be converted to Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps but how do you keep them up to date when you publish them to the Store for Business, or deploy with solutions like Citrix XenMobile or Microsoft InTune? This blog provides an example of how this can be done with Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers, enabling you to keep your apps update for your users. By Remko Weijnen, EUC Specialist
Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers enable you to take ALL your Server 2003 and Windows XP apps running on XenApp 4.5/5.0 and XenDesktop 5.x to the latest version of XenApp 7.x on Server 2012R2 and 2016, and Windows 10 with XenDesktop