Archive: June 2012

Believe the FUD! But It’s Not XP You Need to Worry About

A couple of weeks ago, IDG published a white paper (commissioned by Microsoft) called Migrating Risk: Why Sticking with Windows XP is a Bad Idea. …

The Technology Paradox: Lose Control and Find Relevance

Jon Cook, Sales Manager, Citrix UK Organisations used to set the technology agenda. Most of us got our first experience of technology in an office, …

Internet Explorer ‘Tax’

A recent report from the BBCs website demonstrated the costs associated with supporting web applications in old browsers. In this case, an Australian online retailer …

Stick to 7 or wait for 8?: Enterprises unsure about Windows 8 migration

With the clock ticking before support for Windows XP is retired in 2014, every IT professional worth their salt is assessing their options and looking …

Application migration design: Senior level buy-in is essential

Designing your migration program may not be the most exciting part of the process but it’s essential to get it right. In this stage, you …

Gumball 3000: Rally recap

Well now that I’m back in the UK I thought that I would recap on why I did the Gumball 3000 and what it involved. …

Rationalise your application portfolio first

You’d be amazed how many big companies waste millions migrating applications that they don’t even use. With total packaging and migration costs averaging £3,000–£3,500 per …

Camwood appoints new CEO – Well-respected business leader Adrian Foxall marked as the “perfect fit”

LONDON, 13th June 2012 – Camwood, the leading application portfolio management company, has announced that Adrian Foxall will be taking up the role of Camwood’s …

Banish Application Chaos

Even some of the best managed enterprises with world-class IT departments are living in a state of Application Chaos. They don’t know: How many applications …