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Wednesday 12th December 2018

Zinopy announces partnership with Cloudhouse to support customers’ legacy apps migration

12 December 2018: Zinopy is delighted to announce our partnership with Cloudhouse Technologies to on-board customers’ dated applications to the cloud. Both companies are committed to enabling organisations to continue using legacy applications safely and securely on new platforms and within the cloud without any code changes – even those that run on unsupported versions of Windows and Citrix.

Zinopy will use Cloudhouse Containers to migrate customers’ business critical applications, that are either incompatible or depend upon old runtimes, to more secure and supported operating systems in the cloud.

“As a Citrix Platinum partner and Microsoft Azure cloud partner, adding the Cloudhouse partnership to our portfolio enables Zinopy to help our customers overcome any challenges getting legacy apps to the cloud,” says John Ryan, Zinopy CEO. “Enhancing the cloud-based delivery and management of applications enables Zinopy to streamline application management in new ways.”

Cloudhouse is closely aligned with Microsoft and Citrix to enable the deployment of every classic, Windows application onto the latest, supported, platforms – without code changes.

“This is a key time for Cloudhouse as we continue to grow our customer base and move into new markets,” said Mat Clothier, CEO and founder, Cloudhouse. “Adding Zinopy as our partner enables us to help more companies move dated and unsupported applications to the cloud safely and securely.”

The partnership will help Zinopy customers overcome any challenges getting legacy apps to the cloud and enhances the cloud-based delivery and management of applications in a way that enables Zinopy to streamline application management.

About Cloudhouse Technologies

Headquartered in London, Cloudhouse Technologies frees enterprises from running unsupported Windows and Citrix platforms by making otherwise incompatible applications run on the newest platforms – whether they run on premise or in the cloud. www.cloudhouse.com

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