Cameyo Blog


How to Eliminate VPNs While Enabling Remote Work

June 24, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

VPNs were created back in the late 1990’s to allow site-to-site connection by virtualizing network access at the TCP/IP level. The primary use-case at the time was to connect various corporate offices into a unified network. Since then, VPNs have grown in popularity and have been used for many more use-cases - many of which depart significantly from the original intent and function of the...

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Filed Under: Technology, Remote Work, COVID-19, VPN, Working From Home

Complexity is the Enemy of Security - Latest Citrix Security Flaw Makes That Clearer Than Ever

January 17, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

At this point you’ve certainly seen endless numbers of articles and posts about the critical security flaws in Citrix’s Appliance Delivery Controller and Gateway products. The flaw - CVE-2019-19781 - is a vulnerability that allows an attacker to run a command on your system or read files on your server. There have already been a few proof of concept exploits released by researchers.

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Filed Under: Technology, Cloud Migration, Virtual Desktops, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Security, Citrix

Cameyo’s 2019 Year in Review

January 09, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

There’s often confusion about when Cameyo was founded as a company and when we launched our platform. The reason for that is because our technical founder and CTO, Eyal Dotan, first recognized the need for virtual application delivery - the ability to deliver legacy Windows applications to any device - over 10 years ago. Back then, he created a free program called Cameyo Packager, which...

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Filed Under: Legacy Applications, Technology, Best Practices, Cloud Application Delivery, Cost Savings, Cloud Migration, RDP Issues, Digital Transformation, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

K-12: Eliminate Your PC Labs with End-of-Year Cost Savings with Cameyo

May 22, 2019
By Jordan Pusey

In a world where K-12 school districts focus on cloud-first strategies and one-to-one computing initiatives, are expensive PC labs necessary? When schools are turning to Chromebook and iPad for cheaper hardware and easier management to reduce costs, they find that there are still edge cases that still involve purchasing a PC lab to support a handful of Windows applications. Cameyo eliminates...

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Filed Under: Technology, Application Virtualization, Cost Savings, Education

Royal Technologies Goes "All-in" on Chrome OS

March 17, 2019
By Cameyo

The following is a case study Google published on the Google Cloud Blog. Click here to see the actual post.

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Filed Under: Legacy Applications, Technology, Application Virtualization, Cloud Migration, Chromebooks, Google Cloud Platform