Free Support to Customers Impacted by VB6 | Mobilize.Net
by DeeDee Walsh, on Wed, Aug, 21, 2019 @ 13:08 PM
Recent Windows Patch Tuesday Invalidated VB6 Applications Causing Failures and Crashes
BELLEVUE, WA – August 23, 2019 - Mobilize.Net, provider of the leading automated modernization software for desktop and client/server legacy, today announced that it is offering free support to customers impacted by the Windows Patch Tuesday which causes VB6 apps to be non-functional. Customers who suffer from the issue can go to https://www.mobilize.net/free-support and get free support. Several news organizations reported the issue including ZDNet, Forbes, and Visual Studio Magazine.
“Mobilize.Net has over 25 years’ experience working with VB6 applications. We have engineers, architects and AI technology to eradicate customers’ technical debt,” said Tom Button, CEO, Mobilize.Net. “Customers who have VB6 should know that issues will continue to recur. VB6 is out of support and exposes organizations to major security and compliance issues.”
Mobilize.Net VB6 Free Support for Windows 10 includes:
- VB6-trained engineers evaluate the VB6 application to identify issues
- Troubleshooting to mitigate issues for Windows 10
- Migration engineers document the app and build a Migration Blueprint that outlines a migration plan.
Customers who want free support for VB6 applications can claim the support at https://www.mobilize.net/free-support.
Mobilize.Net accelerates and simplifies the transformation of software applications to .NET, web, mobile, and cloud platforms. Millions of developers have used Mobilize.Net technology to successfully modernize billions of lines of code. Mobilize.Net solutions enable customers to reduce risk, cost, and time while moving applications to the platforms businesses demand today. Mobilize.Net migration technology is Microsoft's chosen solution for Visual Studio and MSDN customers. The privately-held Mobilize.Net is based in Bellevue, WA, and is led by former Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Tom Button. For more information, please go to https://www.mobilize.net