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Dan Kusnetzky’s Take on AppZero’s “Zero OS” application virtualization

October 28, 2010 No Comments

AppZero has announced a new version of their flagship product that is designed to make it easier to encapsulate applications for client systems. They’re calling use use of this technology as the ability to create “OS-Free applications.”

They would claim that this offers a number of useful benefits including isolating the application from operating system changes, isolating applications from other applications, and making installation and updating easier for the IT administrator.

Read more of Dan Kusnetzky’s blog post

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