July 28, 2021, 2:00pm ET
Bring your own device (BYOD)
Optimize campus labs
Kris Lindal, Operating Systems Manager of Information Technology, College of Charleston
Bissell Anderson, Director of IT Infrastructure, College of Charleston
Learn how the College of Charleston enabled bring your own device (BYOD) to future-proof their campus and how AppsAnywhere made it possible to deliver all crucial software applications.
Ranked #5 in best undergraduate teaching in the US and recognized as the oldest college in South Carolina, the College of Charleston implemented AppsAnywhere to further innovate their campus. Kris Lindal, Operating Systems Manager of Information Technology, and Bissell Anderson, Director of IT Infrastructure will discuss how he and his team future-proofed the College of Charleston by enabling bring your own device (BYOD) to all students. When campus closures took place, they were not prepared for the shift to an online learning environment. After researching many options, the College decided that AppsAnywhere was the best solution for their software delivery needs. The partnership built between Software2 and the College of Charleston IT staff made it possible to deliver all crucial software applications the first week of the fall semester. Tune in on July 28th to learn more about the College of Charleston’s innovations over the past year!
Kris and Bissell will also discuss:
- Enabling BYOD for Windows and non-Windows devices
- Optimizing campus labs
- Providing a consistent user experience to all end-users
- Marketing AppsAnywhere to students and faculty
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About the College of Charelston
College of Charleston is a public, liberal arts college located in the heart of historic Charleston, South Carolina with an enrollment of about 9,600 undergraduates. CofC became the nation’s first municipal college when the trusteeship of the institution moved to Charleston City Council in 1837. The college consists of six academic schools, as well as the Honors College and the Graduate School of the University of Charleston, S.C.