Ontario colleges at forefront of using technology to improve the student experience
Colleges and universities across Ontario are leading the way by using EdTech to provide a better IT service to their students, in turn improving the student experience.
By delivering all of their software titles on-demand to students across any of their campuses, and often to student-owned BYOD device too, these Higher Education institutions are leading the way in using technology to improve the end user computing experience.
Watch our case study videos below to find out how AppsAnywhere from AppsAnywhere is being used to deliver any app to any device, anywhere, anytime, at a fraction of the cost of VDI solutions.
Seneca College, Toronto
Seneca College in Toronto, Ontario speaks on their experience with AppsAnywhere and how the service has allowed them to massively reduce image sizes, deal with a single, updatable image, refine their digital offering to students and focus more upon their students' specific IT needs.
George Brown College, Toronto
See how Toronto's George Brown College is using EdTech to improve their students' experience across all their city campuses, by deploying lab applications to any device, on-demand, while providing a consistent experience for Windows and Mac users.
Georgian College, Barrie
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. Like many other Ontario institutions, the region's winter weather and resulting campus closures can make life difficult for students. Watch our case study to learn more about how AppsAnywhere has improved access to software.
Loyalist College, Belleville
Loyalist College discuss their experience with AppsAnywhere and how they're meeting student expecations when it comes to being able to access and software application on any device across campus, and on-demand too!
Sheridan College, Oakville
Founded in 1967, Sheridan has grown from a local college of 400 students to one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary institutions. Educating approximately 23,000 full-timeand 18,500 part-time studies students every year on campuses in three Ontario cities, Oakville, Brampton and Mississauga, Sheridan College's software delivery objectives required a robust, versatile and uncompromising solution.