91% of students expect their university to provide an "app store" to access university software.
AppsAnywhere is a beautiful web interface that gives students access to all the software they need, from a familiar and customizable app store-style portal. It gives university or college IT a way to deliver 100% of their software from one place, whatever the device, including Windows, Mac and Chromebooks.
Improve the student experience by delivering software on-demand.
We've reinvented the way students access apps. AppsAnywhere gives you the tools to enable access to software wherever and whenever, on any device, on and off campus, and even on BYO devices. Students no longer have to follow apps, now the apps follow them.Higher Education
100% of your apps in one place
Deliver your academic apps in a consistent way to all students, with a single point of access on any device, on and off campus. Whether it’s desktop, SaaS, mobile, Windows, Mac, virtualized or remote apps, bring them all together in a single place. And yes, we can even deliver 'tricky' Windows apps like SPSS, SAS, NVivo, MATLAB and AutoCAD! Virtualize 100% of Windows apps with CloudpagingCloudpaging
Support every device and enable BYOD.
Regardless of whether your students are using Windows, macOS, Chromebooks or mobile devices, AppsAnywhere enables you to deliver apps to any managed device across campus, on-demand. Many of our customers are also delivering software to BYO devices, too.Enable BYOD
Integrate with the delivery tech you already use.
No single method of delivering apps is the best. That's why we support a variety of software delivery methods, including Cloudpaging, SCCM, App-V and VDI. That means you can deliver ANY app and deploy them all through AppsAnywhere for a consistent point of access on any device.Integrations
Local performance, warp speed
AppsAnywhere integrates with a variety of delivery methods, including Cloudpaging. Unlike desktop virtualization (VDI), apps virtualized using Cloudpaging run at the same speed as if they were fully installed on the end-user's computer. That means you can deliver graphics-intensive software without needing an expensive backend infrastructure to support it!Cloudpaging
Unified Application Delivery (UAD)
AppsAnywhere brings together different technologies from all the leading vendors, to enable university IT to deliver any app to any device, and satisfy every possible use case.
The beauty of unifying delivery methods in this way is that students only need to go to one place for all their software (AppsAnywhere), with just one 'launch' button regardless of the technology that's running in the background.
We're adding to the integrations all the time. Key technology AppsAnywhere currently supports includes Numecent Cloudpaging, Parallels RAS, Microsoft SCCM/App-V/RemoteApp and VMware Horizon.Read more about UAD
Some questions that we get asked about AppsAnywhere, including details of the server infrastructure needed, AD integration and technical requirements.
Package and virtualize 100% of Windows apps with Numecent's Cloudpaging technology, the next-generation application virtualization tool.
With Parallels RAS (Remote Application Server) university IT can securely deploy Windows apps to any device, including macOS, iOS, Android and Chromebooks.
Our awesome customers...
Learn how Durham University have enabled student access to software on any device across campus (including macOS and Chromebooks) thanks to AppsAnywhere, Cloudpaging and Parallels RASView
The University of Michigan's College of Engineering has chosen AppsAnywhere, after looking for an alternative application virtualization solution to replace their existing Microsoft App-V environment.View
See how George Brown College is using Cloudpaging application virtualization technology and AppsAnywhere to deploy lab apps to students across campus.View
One of the unique challenges in managing computing in a university is how to deliver apps to students in a cost-effective manner, while ensuring a good user experience...View
Back in 2015 we surveyed over 2,500 students. One thing that stood out was that students were frustrated at being unable to access software anywhere. 3 years on, how has AppsAnywhere improved the student experience?View
Almost 10 years since BYOD came to prominence, why is it still such a challenge for universities when it comes to application delivery? And what's the future of the University Desktop in 2018 and beyond?View