Improving software delivery and enabling BYOD at Sheridan College [Webinar]
Tuesday July 23, 3.30pm EDT
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James Duncan, Director of Information and Communication Technology at Sheridan College
Join us for our live webinar with Sheridan College and learn how the IT team is improving the student experience by delivering software on-demand to any device anywhere.
With over 20,000 students demanding software - anywhere on and off campus - Sheridan College faced a challenge not uncommon in Higher Ed: How do you deliver 100% of applications on-demand to both managed PC labs and BYO devices, anywhere and anytime?
When? Tuesday, July 23, 3.30pm EDT | Register now >
In this webinar, Sheridan College Director of Information and Communication Technology James Duncan explains how they're improving the student experience by delivering software on demand to any device on and off campus. James will explain why and how they supplemented, and in some cases replaced, an incumbent desktop virtualization technology. James will also highlight the benefits they're getting from virtualizing just the application layer, as opposed to a full Windows desktop!
Learn how Sheridan College are:
- Delivering a "superior" student experience
- Providing a consistent way to access all applications
- Enabling BYOD
- Replacing VDI with a cost-effective alternative
- Deploying software to any device
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Save your seat for our webinar on Tuesday July 23 at 3.30pm EDT to find out how to improve the student experience by delivering any application to any device (including non-Windows such as Mac and Chromebooks), both on and off campus.Register now
James Duncan: As Sheridan College’s Director of Information and Communication Technology, James works with a talented team that is responsible for the strategic delivery of IT infrastructure services. The ICT team is currently focused on transformative projects that align to Sheridan’s 2024 Strategic Plan, including Digital Optimization, Cloud Computing and Classroom/Learning Spaces initiatives.
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