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Appsanywhere service launching to help with remote study

To help make remote work and study easier, we are launching the new ‘appsanywhere’ service which allows you to access some of Queen Mary’s specialised apps when away from your department or off campus. The new service will be available from Wednesday 15 April.

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Students can now access and work on Queen Mary applications and specialist software, such as Chem3D, Maple and Solidworks which were previously only available on-site, on your own device and from any location. 

The appsanywhere service is commonly referred to as VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) access and offers a single, consolidated digital workspace, with access to specialist apps that run securely in the data centre. The VDI can be accessed from any location with a secure, reliable network connection on your own device.

This represents an opportunity for Queen Mary to improve student experience by providing a simple and safe method of accessing your applications from any device. For further information please visit the Appsanywhere website.