Wednesday April 1, 2020 at 10.30am ET (3.30pm GMT)
30 minutes plus time for Q&A
After registration we'll send you the details of how to join the live webinar
Phil Morgan, Software2 COO
In this live webinar for Software2 customers, learn how you can configure AppsAnywhere for delivering your key lab software to students and staff off-campus.
In this 30-minute webinar (plus plenty of time for Q&A) Software2 COO Phil Morgan will share best practices for configuring AppsAnywhere to deliver apps off-site. He'll show you how to properly provision key applications so that students and staff can continue to get their work done wherever they are.
In this webinar, Phil will explain:
- How to configure AppsAnywhere to provision apps for off-campus access
- Best practices for delivering software to students and staff off-site
- Examples of how other Software2 customers are delivering lab apps off-campus
- Phil will also answer any of your questions
Learn how you can continue to deliver your key campus lab software to students and staff off-campus with AppsAnywhere. Phil will show best practices for enabling AppsAnywhere to deliver software to any device off-site.
Phil Morgan: As the former IT Services Manager at the UK's globally-renowned Lancaster University, Phil led on the adoption of application virtualization technology to deliver software on and off campus, and enable student BYOD. Phil now heads up worldwide operations at Software2, looking after our Higher Ed customers and suggesting ways to help them make the student experience even more awesome with AppsAnywhere!
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