The latest news and resources in university virtualization and application deployment.
Like many other universities, Pitt State originally chose VDI as the best solution to deploy apps to students. After realizing that performance is patchy and costs are astronomical, the university sought another technology.View
VDI: One of the stand-out technologies of the decade. The promise? To deliver end user IT services wrapped inside a remote desktop window. It was everyone's dream, but was a promise that never delivered.View
Phil Spitze, Senior System Administrator at Le Moyne College New York, talks about how they used Software2 to solve two major VDI challenges; Gold Image Bloat and VDI Pool Sprawl.View
Universities in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Germany, Belgium, Spain and the Netherlands all ask Leon a familiar question- "how do we get rid of our university's computer labs?".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
By using AppsAnywhere to create 'student computing bubbles', Le Moyne college have been able to provide students with the software they actually need, whilst reducing VDI costs at the same time.View