Cameyo 3

News about Cameyo 3: All of Cameyo 3’s online features, listed in the previous blog article, have been released by now. A white-paper about our HTML5 cloud storage virtualization can be found here. The desktop version of Cameyo 3 is available for a preview here. Cameyo 3 apps will also be in Beta level for running …

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Cameyo 3.0 is just around the corner

Cameyo 3 will bring some major surprises. For the first time, you will be able to use Windows apps on quite a few non-Windows platforms, very easily. Nowadays so many IT professionals need to cope in environments that include more than just Windows. Whether it is because of BYOD or simply the will to migrate to different OSes, Cameyo 3 will open …

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Over-the-web installation

During the past few weeks, if you’ve used our Online Packager you may have witnessed a quiet revolution. We call it “over-the-web installation” or “LiveInstall”. Oh, and as with online packaging, we’re pioneering it. When we built the Online Packager back in 2011, the idea was to simplify application packaging to its bare minimum. Sure, …

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RepoSync: simply deploying virtual apps to network machines

RepoSync is a new feature in the next Cameyo 2.6 version. It allows IT administrators to synchronize (deploy / remove) virtual applications from a shared network folder. Applications are copied to local machine’s VOS directory, and their shortcuts & associations are created to provide a look & feel similar to that of an installed application. …

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Active Directory permissions

One of the highlights of the upcoming minor version 2.6 is the ability to control Active Directory permissions for virtual applications. So I’d like to share with you the configuration screen for this new version, which will be part of the Package Editor: The first part deals with white-listed domain name(s). The second part allows …

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Now that 2.5 is out

Cameyo 2.5 has been a considerable piece of work. A new virtualization engine (called “RAM virtualization mode”), the file format has been revamped and optimized for speed (runtime, extraction, editing). Also, application’s original files and user’s changes are now split into two layers, allowing a lot of flexibility in terms of networking, data synchronization, backup. …

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More about Cameyo 2.5 Beta’s new features

This explanation of version 2.5’s new features will help you to better understand them, and better test the Beta too. Note: we are in need of Beta testers for the auto-update feature. – FAST! Significant speed improvement: Most importantly when it comes to virtual applications functioning: first launch (“preloading” phase) and general application disk-access performance. …

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So, what’s next?

The next major version of Cameyo is making great progress. Since it brings so many big changes, it is not expected for general availability before a few more months. Still, there will be an early Beta offered for volunteers who have a Cameyo account. We’ll send out a newsletter when the Beta program opens. Here’s …

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Auto Update

You’ve all been quite clear about requesting an AutoUpdate feature for Cameyo’d apps. You asked for simplicity, which is something we value a lot at Cameyo. This feature has been developed & ready, but for now it is only available for one specific virtual application: Cameyo itself! The latest Cameyo build (2.0.873) contains a new …

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After Cameyo 2, what’s next?

It must be the word-of-mouth effect; there are many more of you downloading Cameyo today than 6 months ago when Cameyo 2 was released. Can we rest now? Hell, no! In the past few months we’ve worked harder than ever, to give you even more technology inside Cameyo. So here’s what’s coming next: FAST: virtual apps will …

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