Cameyo Blog

  

Cloud Summit 2018 - Modernizing Legacy Applications

February 08, 2018
By Andrew Miller

Cameyo's premier partner in Africa, ASG Africa, recently attended the ITWeb Cloud Summit Conference in Midrand. Customers, partners and thought leaders throughout Africa gathered to discuss cloud initiatives and the latest technologies in the space. Some of the major topics discussed were cloud migration, modernizing legacy applications and cloud security.

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Legacy Applications, Uncategorized, Application Modernization

Re-architecture or Lift and Shift Cloud Migration? Which is Right for You?

December 30, 2017
By Eyal Dotan

Migrating IT components to the cloud can provide some major benefits. It lowers dependency on in-house IT and infrastructure. When done properly, it can save considerable IT costs. For example, many small & medium businesses struggle backup and version control. A move to the cloud can save IT these expensive operations or the costly consequences of not doing them properly. It is relatively easy...

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Application Virtualization, Cloud Application Migration, Uncategorized, Cloud Migration

Application Migration Best Practices: Business Value and Calculating Costs

December 30, 2017
By Andrew Miller

List the hidden benefits of mobility & cross-platform

Migrating to the cloud is a major project. As an IT professional, you may need to justify it against other priorities. As part of your application migration best practices, talk to the different decision makers to ensure you understand their individual needs. Address their concerns in the proposal and show how migrating the application(s) to...

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Application Virtualization, Best Practices, Cloud Application Migration, Uncategorized, Cloud Migration

Cloud drive virtualization

March 23, 2016
By Eyal Dotan

Introduction

Streaming Windows cloud-based applications through HTML5 is a relatively new domain. But using applications in a browser is only useful if coupled with persistent user storage. How useful can HTML5 applications be if users cannot save persistent data? For this very reason, we created a technology which we call Cloud Drive Virtualization.

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Uncategorized

Online Packager: added support for compressed files

November 12, 2015
By Eyal Dotan

We’ve added support for ZIP, TAR, 7Z, LZMA, BZ2, GZ, GZIP, TGZ, CAB files to the Online Packager:

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Uncategorized

Have you ever installed software… into your browser?

October 20, 2015
By Cameyo

Probably not. Well, with our latest invention – now you can!

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Uncategorized

A year of Cameyo Play / HTML5

September 23, 2015
By Eyal Dotan

Many of Cameyo 3’s improvements relate to Cameyo Play. That’s no wonder; you are now thousands to use this service every week. We will continue to make it the only service allowing you to add your own applications so easily.

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Uncategorized

Cameyo 3.0 is just around the corner

March 25, 2015
By Eyal Dotan

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 new doors (no pun intended).

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Uncategorized

Over-the-web installation

December 24, 2013
By Eyal Dotan

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.

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Uncategorized

RepoSync: simply deploying virtual apps to network machines

December 08, 2013
By Eyal Dotan

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.

Continue reading…

Filed Under: Uncategorized