Archive: March 2010

Anne Robinson asks… Windows 7 – is it secure for your applications?

If you’re considering using Med-V or XPC mode to get around your application compatibility status – be careful, it is more than just placing an …

IE9 kills XP…

With no firm release date as yet, IE9 is on the horizon and the shock will be no support for XP. http://ow.ly/1qINh http://gizmodo.com/5494574/internet-explorer-9-a-fresh-start-with-html5 The features …

Forrest Gump Endorses Office 2010

We at Camwood are very excited about Office 2010.  Coupling this with our current Microsoft DDPS and Sharepoint delivery, there is a big increase in …

The importance of app knowledge

You know a lot about your digital kingdom. You know exactly how many computers you have because your inventory systems are mature and you have …

Time to upgrade your browser

Internet Explorer 6 has been around since 2001 and for the most part it’s been a frustrating headache for web developers. The good news is …

Help! I need somebody: the support dimension

We all need a little support. That includes the guys and girls who run your support desk, and this is never more so than when …

Upgrading Internet Explorer – thanks for the memory

A very interesting post here from Xenapp blog on what happens to your memory usage (and your Citrix service) when you upgrade Internet Explorer. They …