In the News
See what the media, analysts and influencers are saying about Cameyo.
Exposed RDP servers see 150K brute-force attempts per week: Here’s how to protect them
September 18, 2019
BlueKeep and DejaBlue renewed interest in brute-force scanning for vulnerable systems, which negatively impacts Windows Server performance. Cameyo offers solutions to protect your Virtual Desktop server.
Cameyo Solution Shields Organizations From RDP Vulnerabilities
September 18, 2019
RDP vulnerabilities continue to leave organizations open to attack. Cameyo’s RDP Port Shield aims to fix that problem by blocking Remote Desktop Protocol traffic without proper authorization.
New open source tool helps prevent brute force and ransomware attacks
September 18, 2019
Cloud-native virtual application delivery platform Cameyo is launching its new RDP Port Shield security technology, along with a free, open source monitoring tool that any organization can use to identify attacks taking place over RDP in their environment.
Cameyo: Fixing the Chromebook app critical path problem
August 30, 2019
If you’ve been struggling with converting to a more aggressively cloud-based alternative to your current desktop deployment, this young company appears to have a solution.
13 macOS Tips for Windows Users
August 26, 2019
For the times you need to run Windows apps on a Mac , however, there are a few options. Cameyo lets companies run Windows apps in a web browser on any device, including Macs.
Cameyo: Moving to the Cloud While Maintaining Windows Apps
August 1, 2019
Cameyo’s virtual application delivery platform modernizes the secure delivery of Windows desktop applications to any device.
Application virtualization breathes digital life into legacy apps
June 14, 2019
Manufacturing company Royal Technologies chose Cameyo to access its Windows-based legacy applications without the complexity of a virtual desktop infrastructure.
May 22, 2019
Cameyo is another interesting virtualization option. Instead of running an entire virtual machine from your portable drive, you create a virtual machine on your desktop system.
How to create portable software in Windows 10 [EASY WAY]
May 21, 2019
Perhaps the most popular tool for creating portable apps in Windows 10 is a program called Cameyo. With Cameyo, you can make a portable version of basically any app or program in Windows 10.
May 9, 2019
Google seems to be inches away from making a legitimate push into the enterprise if it can get comfortable with the fact that a legacy world will exist for the foreseeable future and it needs to support Microsoft Windows apps more extensively by leaning in further with partners like Cameyo to fill the app gap.
Royal Technologies gives its frontline manufacturing workers access to the cloud with Chrome Enterprise
March 12, 2019
Cameyo’s cloud-based platform, which gives us access to Windows applications from the Chrome browser, helped us go all-in on Chrome OS. Now employees can get to MQ1 or any other legacy Windows app with just a click in the browser using their Chrome device.
Homer Central School District: Transforming student learning
February 11, 2019
Thanks to Google and Cameyo, we no longer have traditional IT provisioning and delivery restrictions. We can now improve teaching and learning experiences by providing everyone with the apps they need through the cloud.
Cameyo Launches App on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace and Joins Google Chrome, Cloud and Education Partner Programs
October 30, 2018
Businesses and organizations of all sizes are migrating to GCP, G Suite and Chromebooks for increased performance, ease of use and cost-effectiveness. However, the need to use Windows desktop applications that only run on Windows PCs can impede the complete move to Google Cloud.
The Acer Chromebook Spin 13 is the best Chromebook ever made: Should you buy it?
October 29, 2018
Acer makes a point that it’s perfect for DaaS solutions like Cameyo allow the use of a business’ legacy applications on Chrome OS.
Use your favorite software in your browser with Cameyo
June 18, 2017
Cameyo stores portable apps on its own web servers, and you can access them through any browser that supports HTML5.