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Creating a Strong Bridge to the Post PC World
Moving from location to location requires strong roads. When crossing a barrier though, like a body of water or valley, we are required to build a strong bridge to get us from point A to point B in a way that is fast, safe, and easy.Yet we are not talking here about driving a car or riding a bus. As we in the computing world are evidencing the move to the post-PC era, modernizing and migrating legacy applications to harness the power of HTML5 web, cloud and mobile is one of the most difficult challenges ......

Posted On Sunday, June 24, 2012 11:29 PM

Application Migration: Windows/VB6 Apps to ASP.NET HTML5
I would like to invite you to a fascinating webinar on extending applications to HTML5 and Mobile that we are doing in collaboration with Jeffrey S. Hammond, Principal Analyst serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals at Forrester Research.The webinar is free and it will will introduce the substantial changes brought on by the move to Web Applications and Open Web architectures, and the challenges it places on application development shops. We’ll also introduce how we at Gizmox ......

Posted On Sunday, April 1, 2012 7:24 PM

3 Buzz-words that every CIO hears but 1 they should listen to.

Anyone that’s managing an enterprise with aging or outdated client/server systems is starting to feel the heat. The 3 major buzz-words are rewrite, technical migration and application virtualization, but the one they must know about is transposition.

Posted On Thursday, September 15, 2011 4:47 AM

Why Windows 8 does not mean the end for .NET development

No matter what Microsoft confirms about Windows 8 come September, Visual WebGui with its server-side .NET and HTML/HTML5 client ensures that Windows 8 does not mean the end for .NET development.

Posted On Thursday, June 16, 2011 6:03 AM

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