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Instead of a full on VDI deployment, many universities often choose to use 'app remoting' or an RDS solution to deliver software to their students, often because it’s a less expensive way of doing so than VDI. But is this the right way to go?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
Learn how university IT can deliver any app to any device (including Chromebooks) thanks to AppsAnywhere's integration with Parallels RAS, at a fraction of the cost of traditional VDI solutions.View
VDI was set to be the next big revolution in virtualization. But for universities, it failed to meet the demanding needs of students. We look at alternatives to VDI for application and software delivery.View
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