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.
"Cloudhouse is moving those stubborn XP and 2003 apps and bringing them into the current day..."
Cloudhouse Priya Saxena, supermom, virtualization enthusiast and a developer by heart presents The Magic of Compound Application Virtualization at BriForum 2016 Boston next week.
See how Cloudhouse is minimising the cost and complexity of delivering applications to users by re-purposing classic desktop or web apps for deployment onto Windows 10 devices and/or Azure or hybrid Cloud.
How Cloudhouse is supporting the distribution of Healthcare applications to drive down costs and ensure consistent, constant and reliable access to the latest software.
A new approach to application virtualization that has transformed how our customer’s web application can be deployed within a complex, highly-integrated, multi-vendor environment with significant commercial benefits delivered to both our customer and their hospital users alike.
With the inevitable learning curve associated with migration, there’s never been a better time to consider alternative means to consolidate, simplify and improve the distribution of application
In order to upgrade, you will need to re-write or replace Windows 2003 server dependent applications – this is by no means a cost-effective or simple task! There is a solution...
Everyone involved in publishing applications to corporate desktops knows of at least one well-established application that’s difficult to manage within an otherwise well-ordered environment.
Cloudhouse Technologies have developed an App Store that requires no player or other pre-requisites. From within their remote desktop environment, users can access and instantly run any application without needing to install a player, agent or any other pre-requisites.
When client/server business applications run on a Local Area Network (LAN) they perform fine. But what happens when you want to deploy your business applications in the Cloud? How will they perform then?
According to Gartner: "By 2017, 25% of enterprises will have an enterprise app store."* Is it any wonder that by 2017 1 in 4 Enterprises will have adopted an Enterprise app store approach?