Key Features of AppsAnywhere and S2Hub
The new S2Hub
has been rebuilt from the ground-up, to make it easier for students to access
any app, anywhere, anytime, and to make life simpler for the university's IT
interface will look recognizable to users of the current Software2Hub, but it
has in fact been completely redesigned. Every change we've made has been with
the student's experience in mind!
Apps are now arranged in a beautiful and sleek layout, with the added option
for the user to choose between three different looks: . On top of this, we've added a series of filters and a quick-search, to
make finding the right app faster than ever before.
loads using AJAX. That means apps are loaded into AppsAnywhere as soon as the
data is available, so students can instantly see their apps.
that there's more than one way you might want to deliver an app. Maybe the
user's on a particular OS, in a certain location, or restricted by a specific
software license. But students want apps. They don't care how apps are delivered
to them, as long as it works. And as long as it works well.
With this in mind, we've developed an entirely new feature called . Smart Prioritization allows university IT teams to set multiple delivery
methods for one app (Cloudpaging, direct download, external link, locally-installed
apps, etc.), but all delivered to the students using one 'Launch' button in
does the difficult work. It assesses the device based on a variety of factors
and contexts, then chooses the most appropriate way of getting the app to the
user. And that's all done on-demand, and on a per-app basis.
AppsAnywhere now delivers apps to students using 8 different methods of
Cloudpaging (application virtualization)
RemoteApp (to Mac users, using Cloudpaging
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DMG and PKG deployment
No more token downloads!
Thanks to the new AppsAnywhere client, we've completely . That means the end user's experience is now even more awesome!
to be able to announce that S2Hub now supports DMG and PKG deployment to Mac
devices. Watch the above video for more news about S2Hub's Mac support