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Anyone that’s managing an enterprise IT with aging or outdated client/server systems is starting to feel the heat.  Soon, their systems and applications will be obsolete and unsupported. At the same time, the industry as whole is seeking the fastest gateway to the latest .NET, HTML5 and mobile deployments including SaaS models. Right about now, there will be a knock on your door with team members offering their advice as to what you should do to ‘keep up’ with the latest trends and supported architectures. Here are 3 of the buzz-words they will have probably used, and what they actually mean. 

Rewrite: Whilst the end result will be a bespoke and modern application, it’s lengthy, costly and risky path using one of the new unproven web frameworks 

Technical migration: Sounds great, sure, but where are those automatic tools that will take your legacy client / server apps to the latest and greatest? 

Apps Virtualization: Available but expensive. If you have no more than a few dozen users, the economics might not leave you out of pocket. And, if you are OK with using VPN and maintaining outdated, sometimes unsupported code, this might be your solution. 

But the express route from c/s to a rich web app is this:
Transposition: A solution that literally transposes your code (moves it from one environment to another)  to run as the latest .NET (C#, or VB.NET) in the form of desktop, web, cloud or mobile .NET / HTML or HTML5, at web economics (a few cents per user). This solution allows you to rewrite selected code using your legacy as a starting point so you can reuse valuable business logic. It enables you to achieve your goals at a fraction of the cost of both rewriting and application virtualization.

Gizmox’s Instant CloudMove will also enable you to improve your legacy code (whether it’s 'spaghetti', outdated functionality, antique-looking UIs, or the need for new layers or to make it object oriented) and is the shortest time to market by far.

Managers take note. Transpositioning is the way forward.

Posted on Thursday, September 15, 2011 4:47 AM Ajax framework new releases , Web Development , Cloud computing , HTML5 , Windows 8 | Back to top


Comments on this post: 3 Buzz-words that every CIO hears but 1 they should listen to.

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It is true what you said. I heard about it, but that it is all. I will read more about it and I will be back with a review.
Left by houses for rent in Vaughan on Feb 22, 2012 12:39 AM

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I guess that it is the best strategy. We will have something to learn from your post.
Left by alquiler barcos on Feb 28, 2012 1:28 AM

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it is easy to say it, but don't really easy to do it. I am not sure that many will follow your tips.
Left by charters Greece on Feb 29, 2012 1:03 AM

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seems to work just fine. I will follow your tips. I will have good results.
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they should read your article. Maybe they will change the strategy!
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They should follow your tips. In many big companies we have the same issue. And we should fix it somehow.
Left by ball busting on Mar 14, 2012 11:48 PM

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Maybe this is a good approach, but I am sure that they would not follow your advice. At least they should try it.
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they wont do it for sure. Maybe next time or in other life. It is to good to be real.
Left by ninjatrader on Mar 19, 2012 2:33 AM

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it is a good advice and they should follow it. I am really pleased to read about it!
Left by unlock pension on Mar 19, 2012 11:36 PM

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maybe they should follow your tips. I am sure that you will have excellent results.
Left by timeline covers on Mar 21, 2012 2:41 AM

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Buzz words are as empty as soul, mind, mystic, God, salvation, etc. These words are just nonsense, and when asked to define these words, often give more buzz words without really meaning, or analogies waves. Do not these people really believe that these slogans actually refer to something real?
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