With learning no longer limited by classroom instruction hours or the physical confines of a classroom, educational institutions worldwide are seeking digital alternatives. The VMware Secure Digital Backpack – powered by VMware® Workspace™ ONE™ – moves with students and teachers throughout their day and enhances the campus computing experience.
VMware education solutions streamline IT management, safeguard data and drive down costs by uniquely combining desktop and application virtualization, enterprise mobility management, centralized identity management and policy enforcement. The Secure Digital Backpack is consumer simple and enterprise secure to help drive learning and teaching initiatives campus-wide.
The Hunt Library is the visible lighthouse that says this is a technology leader and it’s everything from the high resolution rooms where you can do innovation to the virtualized desktops that allow students, faculty, and staff to use their services anywhere, anytime they need them.
Enable students, faculty and staff to use the devices of their choice for the task at hand while protecting data and user privacy. Through the Secure Digital Backpack, deliver anytime, anywhere, mobile access to coursework and other online resources.
UC College of Nursing Redesigns Course Delivery with iPads Managed by AirWatch
Ensure all authorized users have access to high-performance educational resources and applications from anywhere, on- or off-campus, across all devices. Deliver native, web, or 3D apps to create a seamless end-user workspace. Support computer labs in the cloud. Improve productivity, reduce risks and drive down costs.
UMass Lowell Uses VMware to Drive Academic Accessibility and Success
Give students a 24/7 computer lab for around-the-clock access to full-scale applications and programs. Repurpose lab space and provide access to key resources outside of the physical confines of traditional computer labs. Expand services while increasing security and reducing administrative costs.
USC's Viterbi School of Engineering Improves Virtualization for Distance Learners
Use existing computing resources and investments to optimize application and device use. Manage all devices from a single pane of glass. Redeploy existing technology investments. Redefine traditional replacement cycles.
St. Edward’s Mobilizes Students and Faculty with AirWatch
When I’m preparing my class work at home, I can quickly access a virtual workstation and see exactly the same image the students are using. When I walk into class, I just reconnect and I’m ready to teach.