When I first started this product development blog series back in 2022 and I wrote “we've got some really exciting plans brewing at AppsAnywhere HQ,” I couldn’t have predicted with accuracy exactly what we’d be developing in the first month of 2024; although I would have tried.
Following discontinuation of Dell's vWorkspace how do available alternatives compare and which of them are viable replacements? This article will explore the objective benefits and drawbacks of relevant technologies
VDI was set to be the next big revolution in virtualization. But for universities, it failed to meet the demanding needs of students. We look at alternatives to VDI for application and software delivery.
Like many other universities, Pitt State originally chose VDI as the best solution to deploy apps to students. After realizing that performance is patchy and costs are astronomical, the university sought another technology.
The University of Delaware are using Application Virtualization to expand their student’s technology experience. AppsAnywhere and Cloudpaging have helped them to expand their IT capabilities and transform their campuses.
Back in 2015 we surveyed over 2,500 students. One thing that stood out was that students were frustrated at being unable to access software anywhere. 3 years on, how has AppsAnywhere improved the student experience?
AppsAnywhere and Dutch Telecommunications giant KPN have joined forces to bring AppsAnywhere and the company's leading approach to software delivery and on-demand access to Universities and Colleges across the Netherlands.
In this webinar, Education Technology experts AppsAnywhere explain how university or college IT can improve the student experience by delivering Windows apps on-demand to any device across campus, including macOS and Chromebooks.
AppsAnywhere now integrates with Jamf Pro to enable university IT to deliver Mac apps to Mac devices, using your existing Jamf environment. Deliver Mac App Store apps, PKG packages and e-books and other policies.
If you’re in the IT department at a university you’ve been here. The annual process to refresh lab spaces with a new, updated computer image that takes months to build and deploy. How many more summers will your team be able to commit to this sometimes wasteful task?
Durham University's Michael Coxon demonstrates the incredible power of AppsAnywhere & Parallels. Watch the video to see Michael running an incredible range of apps on Windows, MacOS, Android and even BBC Micro! (Only joking about BBC Micro).
In this recorded webinar, AppsAnywhere's VP Technical Services Ryan Heath explains what's new in AppsAnywhere 2.7, including AppsAnywhere Analytics, App Lists, accessibility improvements and admin UI enhancements
Next steps to improving the student experience…
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