Deliver a better IT service to your students [Webinar]
Tuesday November 19, 2019 at 11.00am ET
30 minutes plus time for Q&A
After registration we'll send you the details of how to join the live webinar
Tony Austwick, Software2 Co-Founder/President
Join us for our live webinar with Software2 Co-Founder Tony Austwick and learn how Higher Ed IT can improve the service you offer to students by delivering all your academic software from a centralized platform to any device, anywhere.
The role of IT in Higher Ed has evolved and student behavior has changed; driven by the proliferation of consumer app stores and 'on-demand' access, students come to university with higher expectations than ever before. Today's university IT teams must make the move from being just the providers of technology to the providers of a service. And above all those IT services should exist to improve the student experience.
When? Tuesday, November 19 2019 at 11am ET (30 mins) | Register now >
In this webinar, Tony will share his experiences of working with over 200 universities across the globe. He'll share his thoughts as to the role of IT in the 21st century university, and how the most successful leaders in Higher Education all see technology as a vehicle to improve the student experience.
Tony will share how to:
- Deliver a better IT service to all students
- Look at ways to enable BYOD
- Reduce on-campus computer labs
- Use alternatives to expensive VDI solutions
- Deploy academic software to any device
- Provide a flexible way for students to access resources
Higher Ed faces IT challenges like no other industry; thousands of apps, different device types, and a user base that changes every year. And with no silver bullet when it comes to delivering software on and off campus, universities need to find more innovative ways of providing an awesome student experience.
Tony Austwick: As Co-Founder and President of Software2, there's nobody on the planet who knows more about delivering software apps in a Higher Education IT environment than Tony does! Tony strives to demonstrate how technology can and should be used as a service that improves the student learning experience and student outcomes.
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