Posts tagged with 'AppsAnywhere'
The latest news and resources in AppsAnywhere, university virtualization, application deployment, the student experience and BYOD.
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
See the highlights from our recent S2 User Day at Lancaster University, where universities from across the UK came together to discuss AppsAnywhere, Cloudpaging and virtualization best practices.View
Learn how university IT can deliver any app to any device (including Chromebooks) thanks to AppsAnywhere's integration with Parallels RAS, at a fraction of the cost of traditional VDI solutions.View
VDI was set to be the next big revolution in virtualization. But for universities, it failed to meet the demanding needs of students. We look at alternatives to VDI for application and software delivery.View
If you’re in the IT department at a university you’ve been here. The annual process to refresh lab spaces with a new, updated computer image that takes months to build and deploy. How many more summers will your team be able to commit to this sometimes wasteful task?View
As of October 18th, Software2 is expanding their services into Europe as Software2 GmbH. The new European arm is bringing the company’s market-leading Virtualization and Application Delivery solution to the higher education markets across Germany, Switzerland and Austria.View
Toronto's George Brown College are using AppsAnywhere to streamline application deployment. Watch their animation to find out more about how students access apps with AppsAnywhere.View
Odisee encountered the same challenge faced by University IT the world-over: deploying 100s of software titles to 9,000 students, wherever they might be. See how the university are using AppsAnywhere to virtualize apps, reduce SCCM image size, and keep track of software licensing.View
With the release of AppsAnywhere v2.3 we've built a deep integration with Parallels RAS, enabling IT to deliver both apps and desktops, as well as supporting Chromebooks with HTML5 delivery.View