We're thrilled to be part of the OCCCIO community once again for the annual conference, this year at Ontario's Durham College and titled "Decoding the Future".

We're headed to Durham College in May for our favorite event of the year; OCCCIO! We're proud to be part of the Ontario College community, with customers all across the region. We'll be at OCCCIO 2020 to catch-up with friends and to say hello to those of you who don't yet know us.

Come and find out how we're helping colleges including Seneca, Sheridan, George Brown, Georgian and Mohawk to deliver all their apps to any device, on-demand, at a fraction of the cost of traditional virtualization or VDI solutions.

Learn how we're helping to:

  • Improve the IT service you deliver to students
  • Remove the need for dedicated PC labs
  • Deliver any app to any device, on and off campus
  • Enable BYOD
  • Increase IT efficiency around delivering software
  • Transform student outcomes and the student experience

Find more details on the agenda of the conference itself, including speakers and sessions, visit the OCCCIO website


May 25-28


Durham College, Ontario, Canada



Meet with us during OCCCIO

Catch-up with the AppsAnywhere team during OCCCIO at Durham College. AppsAnywhere President Tony Austwick will be headed to Ontario.

Arrange a demo

The location

OCCCIO 2020 is being held at Oshawa's Durham College, from May 25 through May 28.

Our Ontario community

Making software apps more accessible for students at Georgian College

Making software apps more accessible for students at Georgian College

Georgian College was seeking a method of dealing with continually increasing software package requests from faculty and of making technology more seamlessly accessible to students, especially given Ontario's winter weather and resulting campus closures. They found this in AppsAnywhere, keep watching to learn more!

York University

York University

Learn how Ontario's York University is improving student outcomes and student success by delivering software across campus on demand, to any device. Learn why the University replaced its existing VDI infrastructure to deliver apps to Windows and non-Windows devices in a consistent way at anytime.