Don't miss our upcoming live webinar and learn how to give your students access to university software apps off-campus, and how to enable BYOD.

In this 30-minute webinar (plus time for Q&A) AppsAnywhere Co-Founder Tony Austwick will share his experiences of working with over 200 universities across the globe. He'll showcase how to deliver on key IT policies such as BYOD, along with how to provision licensed software for access off campus.

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Learn how you can give students continuity of service and access to specialized computer lab software anywhere and anytime. Improve student outcomes by giving them access to the software apps they need and let them get their work done whatever the circumstances.

In this webinar, learn how to:

  • Make university-licensed software available off-campus
  • Give students access off-campus within 48 hours
  • Enable a student BYOD strategy
  • Provide a single point of access for every app, on any device
  • Reduce the need for on-campus computer labs
  • Use alternatives to expensive VDI solutions

Today's students demand flexibility; they want to work wherever and whenever they please. And more than 95% of them take their own laptop devices to university. Bring those together with a university/college BYOD strategy and improve student outcomes, on and off campus.

Software2 BYOD webinar


Thursday March 26, 2020 at 11.00am ET (3.00pm GMT)


30 minutes plus time for Q&A


After registration we'll send you the details of how to join the live webinar


Tony Austwick, AppsAnywhere Co-Founder/President



About the speaker

Tony Austwick, AppsAnywhere Co-Founder and President

Tony Austwick: As Co-Founder and President of AppsAnywhere, there's nobody on the planet who knows more about delivering software apps in a Higher Education IT environment than Tony does! Tony strives to demonstrate how technology can and should be used as a service that improves the student learning experience and student outcomes, while meeting strategic IT initiatives such as BYOD.

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