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Add Flexibility and Cost Savings to Higher Ed Software Needs

Some college courses transition relatively easily to remote learning, but those requiring more sophisticated, compute-intensive software are a bit more complex. Pre-pandemic, many institutions offered specialized computer labs to give students access to these resources, in part to avoid saddling students with the additional technology costs of buying their own programs or the beefed-up computers capable of running them. Consider engineering applications such as AutoCAD and SOLIDWORKS, for instance, or video production tools such as Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.
Now, however, students…