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AppsAnywhere & Parallels RAS - Webinar

We invite you to join us on the 18th of April, 10 am (PDT) to learn more about how AppsAnywhere integrates with Parallels RAS to deliver all university apps to students on any device, on-demand.

We've got our sights on improving the student experiece with technology. That's why AppsAnywhere now seemlessly integrates with ParallelsRAS. This latest integration allows students to access any Windows application from any device, including Windows, macOS, Chromebooks, iOS or Android, anywhere in the world, anytime.

Join us for our webinar, hosted by Software2 and Parallels RAS, and find out more about how the solution is making apps available across campus, at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions like VDI.

When? Wednesday, April 18 2018, at 10 am PDT

You can register for the webinar using the link below:

Regsiter now: AppsAnywhere | ParallelsRAS Webinar >


About Parallels RAS

Parallels RAS is a comprehensive, affordable virtualization solution that allows end users to leverage applications, desktops and data from anywhere, using any device. With Parallels RAS and AppsAnywhere, education IT teams can now easily take their existing applications and instantly deliver them with to a variety of devices and platforms, including PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, HTML5, and Chromebooks!

About AppsAnywhere

AppsAnywhere is a super-cool software deployment and delivery solution. It offers a friendly way for students to get better technology and learning experience, by integrating with a variety of technologies (e.g. Microsoft SCCM, Parallels RAS, VMware Horizon, Numecent Cloudpaging) and by using leading application virtualization software; the only solution on the market capable of delivering 100% of software applications on-demand.

AppsAnywhere combines the IT department’s vision with the 21st century student’s expectations: to be able to access any app on any device, at anytime and anywhere, both on and off campus. It transforms the students’ technology and learning experience, and allows the university to take advantage of true BYOD (bring your own device), on both Windows and Mac, whilst reducing the overheads associated with traditional solutions like virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).

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