Cloudhouse Technologies has seen over 300 per cent growth over the last 12 months, and expanded its business into the US – thanks, in part, to strategic partnerships with Microsoft and Amazon. As it looks to continue its growth and expand its global footprint, Cloudhouse has also appointed Nick Coleman as CTO.
Building on Microsoft’s MSIX foundation, Cloudhouse MSIX Enterprise Edition modernizes the behaviour of existing Enterprise applications so that they take advantage of the latest best practices for Windows applications.
We are delighted to have been chosen by leading research and analysis company, TechMarketView, as one of just eight participants in its second Great British Scaleup programme.
Over the last few months a couple of our Consultants, Ryan Smith and Tom Parkin have been creating some great videos of Cloudhouse Containers enabling desktop only applications to run on multi-user environment like XenApp; multiple versions of the same application to run on a single desktop. By Stuart Moore, Head of Product
Cloudhouse are pleased to announce support of Microsoft's new packaging format MSIX - announced as part of the Spring Creators Update. This blog covers the benefits of this new format, what it means for developers and how Cloudhouse enable IT Pros to make use of it immediately for their existing Win XP and 7 application estate. By Stu Moore, Head of Product
This blog explores Evergreen IT, and answers the following questions; What is Evergreen IT? Are organisations making the move to Evergreen? What about the OS? What is Microsoft’s solution to the Evergreen OS? What is the main challenge adopting Windows as-a-service? How to enable Evergreen applications?
This is part 2 of 5 in an introductory series on Compatibility Containers: this blog Container Architecture.
An introduction to Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers: in part 1 we explore how to create Compatibility Containers
Skype for Business does not allow you to run multiple instances concurrently. But what if you have multiple accounts? Let's see if we can fix this with Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers
Our CTO, Founder and new CEO, Mat Clothier reflects on some of the changes the company has made this year, and how they helped make 2017 such a great year.
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