Expert advice and fun updates exploring the world of software delivery and deployment, application virtualization, the student experience, VDI, End-User Computing and app stores in Higher Education and beyond...
The ultimate guide to application virtualization
Learn everything there is to know about application virtualization including how it works, comparisons with VDI, the benefits and different solutions on the market.
Software-buyer's guide to application delivery
Building an RFP for a software delivery solution such as application virtualization or VDI? This template will help you create your own RFP and cover all requirements.
Improving students' digital and IT experience
Improving the student experience is a constantly-moving target for IT teams at universities and colleges. Find out how we help transform student outcomes.
Phil Morgan, Software2 Director of Client Services, explains more about our all-new Packaging Service and how you can save time on your Cloudpaging application packaging.View
In this recent webinar, presented to the EDUCAUSE community, Don Lambert explains how the University of Michigan are improving the student experience by deploying software across campus on-demand.View
See the highlights from our first ever Germany User Day, hosted by the University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West on April 10 2019. Universities from across the region turned up to discuss all-things app deliver and AppsAnywhere in higher education.View
Learn how Ontario's largest colleges are using technology to improve the student experience, by delivering software to any device across campus, on-demand.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
Durham University's Michael Coxon demonstrates the incredible power of AppsAnywhere & Parallels. Watch the video to see Michael running an incredible range of apps on Windows, MacOS, Android and even BBC Micro! (Only joking about BBC Micro).View