There is a broad range of exceptional software available to people within Healthcare organizations but, traditionally, there have been significant costs incurred in deploying and managing multiple applications within a healthcare desktop.
Healthcare organisations globally face deployment challenges around critical apps that are complex, highly-integrated, and which exist within a multi-vendor environment. Often, they are browser or operating system dependent and store highly sensitive data that is subject to regulatory oversight and which demands extreme security. Moving such apps to Windows 10, mobile devices or Microsoft Azure is a real challenge that many Healthcare IT organisations have struggled to solve. Until now.
Regardless of device, operating system, browser, app or even where data is stored, when apps are business critical and need to run on Windows 10 or Microsoft Azure, Cloudhouse makes it work.
Our cloud application virtualization solution allows otherwise incompatible applications to run without conflict on Windows 10 and Azure. The best bit? You don’t even need to write a line of code for it to happen. The result? Benefit from the cloud, maximize your existing investments and remove the pain of migrating to Windows 10 and Azure.
In this blog we are going to explore Microsoft’s new offering, Microsoft 365 F1, a product that Satya Nadella announced at Microsoft’s flag ship event Ignite • What is Microsoft 365 F1 and who is it for? • What are the benefits? • How will IT deploy, and manage this new offering? And what exactly is Auto Pilot? • How will customers deploy their line of business applications to their Front-line workers? By Stuart Moore, Head of Product
Join our joint Microsoft / Cloudhouse webinar on November the 13th, to learn how Cloudhouse enables Windows 10 and Azure projects