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Delivering software to student-owned devices at Queen's University, Canada

Date published
Feb 03 2021
Time of the event
1:00PM - 2:00PM (ET)
Location of the Event
Online Webinar
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Queen's University, Canada

When?

Wednesday, February 3rd 2021, 1:00 PM EST, hour-long webinar

Topics

How Queen's University future-proofed their campus and enabled BYOD to support their students.

Speakers

Stephen Hunt, Senior Director of IT

Paul Hiles, Manager, IT Support for Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

Graydon Smith, Senior Security Architect

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Discover how Queen's University, Canada moved to AppsAnywhere, and how they made software available on any device across campus to improve student outcomes.

Join Stephen Hunt, Paul Hiles, and Graydon Smith as they discuss how they implemented a tech solution that has improved student experiences on and off-campus. With 40% of their students using Mac devices, their team made the decision to switch to a solution that would support all student-owned devices. Stephen and his team wanted to deliver applications to their students the way the students wanted, from their own devices anywhere, anytime. They will break down their experiences with other software delivery methods such as VDI, and why they chose to implement AppsAnywhere.

Stephen and his team will also cover:

  • How they provided centralized application access
  • Utilizing student-owned devices
  • Supporting Windows and non-Windows devices
  • How AppsAnywhere helps achieve strategic IT priorities

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About the speaker

Stephen Hunt is the Senior Director, Information Technology and Facilities at Queen's University. He encountered his first computer, a Commodore PET, at the start of grade 10 and has been trying to figure out what the things are good for ever since. A unique skill with analogies allowed him to explain technical nonsense to those too smart to care, and he moved into technology leadership. He has been a teacher, programmer, camp director, orchestra conductor, chairman of an academic department, director of information technology, and change management guide. He has worked for excellent organizations in both education and advertising for over 25 years.


About Queen's University, Canada

Established in 1841, Queen's offers a transformative student learning experience and is one of Canada's leading research-intensive universities. Queen's, is a public research university in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Queen's holds more than 1,400 hectares of land throughout Ontario.

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