Join us for our live webinar with AppsAnywhere CEO/Co-Founder Nick Johnson and learn how Higher Ed IT can prepare for fall semester and best support students, whether they're back on campus or learning remotely.

Most university and college IT departments spend their summers preparing for students coming back on campus in September. Typically, IT spends the summer months 'imaging' and readying managed/lab devices for the fall semester, with all the new and updated software students and staff might need.

But with the current crisis causing uncertainty around when students will be back on campus (and IT staff too!), getting your lab devices ready in time, and providing a great experience for everyone, is a huge challenge for Higher Ed IT.

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In this 30-minute webinar, AppsAnywhere CEO/Co-Founder Nick Johnson will take a look at how universities and colleges can prepare for either of those two situations. Whether it's being able to get campus labs and devices ready for September, or preparing for a more 'virtual' fall where students need ongoing access to their specialist software off campus, at home.

Learn how to:

  • Avoid the summer 'imaging' process for managed devices
  • Deliver software to any device across campus on-demand
  • Make software available to students off-campus, at home
  • Deliver a better IT service to all students and staff
  • Enable key strategic IT initiatives such as BYOD
Software2 Live Webinars


Wednesday April 22, 2020 at 11.00am ET (4pm GMT)


30 minutes plus time for Q&A


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


Nick Johnson, AppsAnywhere CEO/Co-Founder

Learn how a flexible approach to delivering software to students and staff on any device, on-demand, can help you prepare for any eventuality and maintain continuity of education, as well as enabling strategic IT initiatives such as BYOD.

About Nick

Nick Johnson, AppsAnywhere CEO and Co-Founder

Nick Johnson: As CEO and Co-Founder of AppsAnywhere, Nick knows everything there is to know about the best ways to deliver software at universities and community colleges. Nick has visited hundreds of Higher Ed insitutions, and has learned that they all face the same challenges when it comes to delivering software. Nick founded AppsAnywhere with the simple goal: to give students the best possible learning experience with EdTech!

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