Thank you so much for joining our Product Manager Spencer Vale as he showcased the new upcoming AppsAnywhere release, 3.0! 

This latest release represents a step change in the overall AppsAnywhere experience, bringing together several of the most requested features gathered from customer conversations and feedback sessions.  It is the first release with value delivered against each of our product pillars - User Experience, Delivery Methods, Higher Ed and Analytics - as well as offering AppsAnywhere Cloud...

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AppsAnywhere 3.0 Webinar


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AppsAnywhere 3.0 will be available to schedule this month. We will prioritize partners who are on older versions of AppsAnywhere first. For more information please reach out to your dedicated Customer Success manager.

Yes! We wish to work with all leading LMS in higher ed. Hopefully, integrations with Moodle & BrightSpace will come in later releases.

Yes, absolutely!

The AppsAnywhere demo site will be upgraded to 3.0 following release annoucement.

Not in this first iteration. We believe that Dark Mode is something many people might only use in certain situations, so it's currently saved to the user's browser. This also means it continues to work on the login screen. Being able to persist it across devices for a user is definitely something we could look into for a future version.

If you're already using Blackboard, integrating AppsAnywhere is a simple process that could take only a short time to get up and running. You can find more information here.

Absolutely. Favourites and recents are generated by the server based on user actions, so they'll be the same across all devices.

AppsAnywhere Cloud features are currently no different to the on-premises version.

AppsAnywhere 3.0 has been designed with future proofing in mind and to make the architecture more fit for purpose for the cloud. The long term plan for AppsAnywhere Cloud and its scalability means that hosting will be more environmentally sustainable in the future.

We have explored various options around bringing more information into the admin dashboard and we are planning to gradually introduce some of these ideas in future releases.

Intune is definitely something we're looking to integrate with in the future.

Azure AD domain services will need to be used for the cloud. Alternatively, the new SAML Attribute Mappings feature can be used for user and device provisioning.

There are a few small tweaks to the workflow of AVD in this version. One is that you can now cancel a launch when you see the setup guide, previously you would have to at least partially complete those instructions. The second is that the instructions for HTML5-based launches now appropriately reflect the look and feel of that workflow, to avoid any confusion with the Windows workflow.

Yes! Everything listed in the 'Desktops' screen in admin should be included in the Desktops collection.

From a user point of view, there is no difference. However, we are offering AppsAnywhere Cloud as a managed service to reduce the overheads needed by institutions.



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