Deliver apps on-demand to any device across campus
Learn how AppsAnywhere from Software2 enables university or college IT to deliver any app to Windows and non-Windows devices across campus, on-demand.
In this recording of our recent webinar, we explain how AppsAnywhere integrates with different application delivery technologies – including Parallels RAS – to give students the ability to access all their course apps wherever they are, at any time.
By bringing together these two technologies, higher education IT can also take advantage of BYOD and offer students a way to access university software on their own devices, regardless of whether they're Windows, macOS, Android, iOS or Chromebooks.
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91% of students expect their institution to provide an "app store" to access their university software. So, in collaboration with our customers, we've developed AppsAnywhere, a beautiful web interface that gives students access to all the software they need, from a customizable portal.
With AppsAnywhere's admin section, you have full control over how the university delivers apps to students, including full licensing controls, provisioning and app delivery methods.
Package and virtualize 100% of Windows apps with Numecent's Cloudpaging technology, the next-generation application virtualization tool.
With Parallels RAS (Remote Application Server) university IT can securely deploy Windows apps to any device, including macOS, iOS, Android and Chromebooks.
Back in 2015 we surveyed over 2,500 students. One thing that stood out was that students were frustrated at being unable to access software anywhere. 3 years on, how has AppsAnywhere improved the student experience?View
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been a hot topic of computing for over a decade now. In higher education however, it can be a complex set up. See how UK universities are conquering student BYOD.View
Almost 10 years since BYOD came to prominence, why is it still such a challenge for universities when it comes to application delivery? And what's the future of the University Desktop in 2018 and beyond?View