With over 4,500 higher education organizations and some of the world's most prestigious universities, it is no surprise that the United States and Canada represent the majority of AppsAnywhere users and Software2 customers.
Given the geography and logistics of North American higher education, a sophisticated, cost-effective and highly scalable solution is required to consistently deliver software with a seamless user experience to 1,000,000+ students. Read the below case studies to learn more about how AppsAnywhere is revolutionizing the student experience and higher education institutions' digital offerings in North America...
Case studies: North America
Read more about how Calvin University, MI are realizing key IT goals with an AppsAnywhere site-wide license, such as reducing VDI sprawl and enabling student BYOD
Read our case study on how Highline College has consolidated its VDI tools, reduced the number of images in their software delivery estate and provided more software access options for their students.
Loyalist College, Ontario discuss how AppsAnywhere has helped them provide a consistent way for students to access software, reduced their image size and improved their end-user computing experience.
In this video, Seth Walsh and James Lancaster of the University of Utah discuss the difference AppsAnywhere has made to their IT department's offering to staff and students.
Seneca College in Toronto, Ontario speaks on their experience with AppsAnywhere and how the service has allowed them to massively reduce image sizes, deal with a single, updatable image, refine their digital offering to students and focus more upon their students specific IT needs.
With more than 20,000 students across campus, discover how Sheridan College in Canada improved how they deliver applications, enabled Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and overhauled their student's digital learning experience with AppsAnywhere.
Georgian College was seeking a method of dealing with continually increasing software package requests from faculty and of making technology more seamlessly accessible to students, especially given Ontario's winter weather and resulting campus closures. They found this in AppsAnywhere, keep watching to learn more!
See how George Brown College is using Cloudpaging application virtualization technology and AppsAnywhere to deploy lab apps to students across campus.
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.
The University of Delaware are using Application Virtualization to expand their student’s technology experience. AppsAnywhere and Cloudpaging have helped them to expand their IT capabilities and transform their campuses.
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.
Toronto's George Brown College are using AppsAnywhere to streamline application deployment. Watch their animation to find out more about how students access apps with AppsAnywhere.
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.
The University of New Hampshire are enhancing the student experience by making their apps available on demand to students and staff.
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.
See how Seneca College, one of Ontario's bggest educational institutions, is using AppsAnywhere to enable anywhere, anytime access to any app across the campus.
Improving The Student Experience With Application Virtualization at Mount Wachusett Community College
Leading US community college Mount Wachusett are using Software2 technology to virtualize and deliver 100% of their Windows apps to give the students a first-class IT experience.