Thursday May 7, 2020 at 11.00am ET (4pm GMT)
30 minutes plus time for Q&A
After registration we'll send you the details of how to join the live webinar
Phil Spitze from Software2 (expert in all-things application delivery in Higher Ed!)
Join us for our live webinar and learn how Higher Ed IT can expand campus computing and support off-campus learning by delivering software to any device on-demand.
Software2's Account Management Director, Phil Spitze, will share his experience of working with Higher Ed across North America. He'll take a look at the computing landscape in Higher Ed, along with the common approaches many universities and colleges take when it comes to making software available to students.
Phil will take a look at the key challenges in Higher Ed IT, as well as analyzing the best ways to deliver software apps to students and academic staff, on and off campus. He'll also share his experiences from working as SysAdmin at a college in upstate New York, and why VDI isn't always the answer to IT's problems.
In this 30-minute webinar, Phil will take a look at how universities can make software available to students and staff on any device, anywhere and anytime. Phil's 20 years of experience, many of which was spent in Higher Ed IT, gives him a unique insight into the do's and don'ts of campus computing.
Learn how to:
- Avoid 'summers from hell'
- Future-proof your campus computing
- Use alternatives to expensive VDI
- Deliver software to any device on-demand
- Facilitate off-campus / online learning
- Improve the student experience
Many Higher Ed IT teams rely on 'imaging' processes and managed campus lab devices to deliver software to students and staff. Rethink the way students get access to their apps by delivering software on-demand, anywhere and anytime, and enable off-campus access to key IT resources.
Phil Spitze: Phil came to Software2 with an extensive background in University IT, most recently 4 years with Le Moyne College (Syracuse, NY). He enjoys helping Universities discover the long list of benefits that AppsAnywhere offers to both students and IT, including how to enable BYOD. In his spare time, Phil is an avid photographer.
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