It’s hard to believe we’re already more than a quarter of the way through the year. There’s been a lot going on the past few months, from rolling out Cloudpager’s App-V optimization capabilities to helping organizations plan for Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2’s end of support later this year.
Rather than expound upon what we’re excited about, we wanted to highlight what you have been most excited about by highlighting the blogs with the most traffic this year.
Blog #3: Deploy App-V Packages From the Cloud
App-V has been the de-facto application virtualization for many enterprises. Despite accelerated adoption of cloud-hosted desktop solutions, Intune – Microsoft’s cloud native solution for Mobile Device Management – does not provide native support for App-V. Fortunately, Cloudpager provides a fully managed cloud platform to provision App-V applications to any modern physical and virtual Windows desktop in a highly automated fashion. This blog from Rory Monaghan highlights how to seamlessly provision App-V applications across your enterprise, including a video on simplifying App-V application updates and rollbacks.
Blog #2: Expedite Application Migration Off Windows Server 2012 R2
With support for Windows Server 2012 R2 ending October 10th of this year, now is the time to move your applications to a support operating system. Cloudpaging containers ensure you can seamlessly package your applications running on Windows Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2 and deploy them to Windows 10 or Windows 11 desktops without conflicts.
Blog #1: Run App-V Packages Forever with Cloudpager
With App-V’s end of life expected in 2026, enterprises invested in App-V need a long-term solution to their application virtualization needs. Earlier this year we announced Cloudpager’s App-V optimization capabilities, which instantly enable App-V packages to run beyond end of life with more features and controls than ever before. This blog highlights the benefits of optimizing your App-V packages with Cloudpager, including a live demonstration on the optimization process (a simple drag and drop) and the capabilities you gain by doing so.
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