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By Fred Churchville News Jan 22, 2016

There's something about HTML5...

Developers are raving about HTML5 - but why? And is it all it's cracked up to be? Continue Reading

SearchMobileComputing

By Robert Sheldon Evaluate Jan 26, 2016

Understanding HTML5 mobile application development

Developers can turn to HTML5 to simplify the mobile app development process. HTML5 mobile apps do come with some issues though, including performance that can't match native apps. Continue Reading

SearchSecurity

By Nick Lewis Evaluate Jan 29, 2016

How does a new malware obfuscation technique use HTML5?

A new malware obfuscation technique uses HTML5 to prevent detection of drive-by downloads. Expert Nick Lewis explains the technique and what enterprises can do about it. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Aug 26, 2015

Why HTML5 must replace Flash

Author Robin Nixon explains why the days of Flash are numbered Continue Reading

SearchVirtualDesktop

By Jim O'Reilly Evaluate Oct 30, 2015

Should businesses use HTML5 remote desktop clients?

HTML5 clients can serve as a widely accessible, mobile friendly way for users to access virtual desktops, but there are still a few security kinks to work out. Continue Reading

SearchEnterpriseDesktop

By Robert Sheldon Evaluate Sep 08, 2015

How does EdgeHTML affect webpage rendering?

Microsoft Edge outstrips Internet Explorer in terms of performance and security with a new rendering engine called EdgeHTML. Continue Reading

SearchVirtualDesktop

By Alastair Cooke Evaluate Oct 27, 2015

Pros and cons of using an HTML5 browser as a VDI client

Although HTML5 clients don't provide enough security for some organizations, they're one of the easiest and most widely available options for delivering remote desktops to employees. Continue Reading

SearchMobileComputing

By Jack Madden Evaluate Jul 14, 2015

Why HTML5 apps are ideal for enterprise mobility

Native applications still rule the roost on the consumer side, but there's no denying that HTML5 apps are well-suited for the enterprise, providing the adaptability necessary to meet workers' needs. Continue Reading

SearchVirtualDesktop

By Margaret Jones Evaluate Dec 16, 2014

Pitfalls of HTML5 clients

Using an HTML5 client to access a virtual desktop isn't for everyone. Workers who need high-resolution graphics or use Web apps that require local access could experience decreased performance. Continue Reading

TheServerSide

By George Lawton Evaluate Apr 29, 2015

How elegant code can hurt HTML5 performance

Elegant code can lead to cleaner, precise steps. But it can also lead to application performance bottlenecks, argues Mozilla's Andreas Gal. Continue Reading