Run Virtualized Apps Offline
There will be times that your students and staff need apps to be available offline, maybe on a train, plane or in a coffee shop that doesn't provide free Wi-Fi.
Whatever the reason, if your students or staff can’t access their software because of a lack of internet connectivity, you'll have some grumpy users. Our unique technology provides offline app use to keep everyone happy, whilst maintaining a central control of licenses, even when that application is 'offline'.
It may be that some users, such as lecturers, are granted offline access. Control can still be provided around this, such as limiting this to a set number of days before they need to reconnect to the service to be granted additional time for offline use. The beauty of offline access is that the entire app is pushed to the client device with full license control. So you no longer have to worry about your licenses disappearing, for example when students graduate or staff leave.
Not only does the technology support home workers, but it can even provide applications to international students that aren’t in the same country as the university. Strong licence controls mean that unauthorised access and piracy is impossible.
More benefits of Cloudpaging and application virtualization...
Application virtualization separates apps from the OS and uses the power of the end device, so the infrastructure is a fraction of the cost of VDI!
With Cloudpaging and application virtualization you separate the apps from the OS, so you can massively reduce the size of your image.
With Cloudpaging you can virtualize ANY Windows app, including the 'tricky' apps like SPSS, Abobe, SAS, NVivo, AutoCAD and ArcGIS.
Find out more about Cloudpaging and Application Virtualization...
Our awesome customers...
Nici Cooper, Assistant IT Director at Wolverhampton University, shares how they are delivering and delpoying software applications to students anywhere, anytime, on demand.View
Canada's Georgian College is using the latest application virtualization technology from Software2 to help deliver the college’s BYOD strategy and 100% of attempted Windows apps.View
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) are now using AppsAnywhere as a cost effective alternative to VDI, to deliver applications to student devices both on and off campus.View