Countdown (but not out) for IE 6 and Windows XP

Don’t feel forced to switch. To retain control, look to the Cloud.

London April 2nd 2014. Browser and desktop updates are a recurring cause of headache, heartache and cost for organizations around the globe. When an “End of Life” is announced, the implications are wide-ranging and, often, extremely costly.

External technological forces, such as the cessation of support for IE 6 and Windows XP, influence many areas across the organization and create a number of challenges:

  • Existing essential business applications, which work perfectly well, are unable to run on newer operating systems
  • Browser-dependent applications become unsupported thus driving the need to source (and fund) alternative solutions
  • Employees experience disruption during the upgrade and implementation/migration process But “End of Support” doesn’t have to mean “End of Life”

The cloud-enablement technology available from Cloudhouse, offers a simple solution to counteract the impact of these external forces: By transporting your applications to the Cloud they become shielded against browser and operating system updates. This enables you to benefit from the latest and greatest Microsoft has to offer, WITHOUT compromising existing applications and with no additional infrastructure investment...

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