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  1. Cougar Apps Litvin Alesia, Luterick  Brandon, Petrosyan Emil,  Terrazas  Gustavo, Veselich Liz 

  2. Overview • What is it • Why we chose it  • Set up • How to use It • Benefits / Drawbacks • Real world examples

  3. What is it • Web-based system  • Created by Mark Lininager  • Gives access to set of campus software apps •  Uses Citrix XENNAPP receiver  • Access school apps  • Windows desktop • Store info on server  • Move from desktop to laptop to smart phone

  4. New technology offered to CSUSM students and faculty Who will benefit and why? Why We Chose CougarApps?

  5. Setting Up for CougarApps • PC • MAC • iPAD • iPhone • Android Smart Phone

  6. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  7. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  8. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  9. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  10. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  11. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  12. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  13. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  14. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  15. Downloading Citrix Receiver

  16. Downloading Citrix Receiver • iPad • Android • iPhone

  17. How to Use CougarApps OR

  18. How to Use CougarApps

  19. How to Use CougarApps

  20. How to Use CougarApps

  21. How to Use CougarApps

  22. How to Use CougarApps

  23. How to Use CougarApps

  24. Benefits • Ability to work from anywhere with Internet access • Ability to work from mobile device • Tablet • Smart Phone • Gives students and faculty access to specialty programs • SPSS • Maple • MatLab • Crystal Ball • MiniTab  • Adobe CS5  • Solo 6 • Atlas Ti • Putty

  25. Benefits • Access to documents created at school • Group work • Student orgs. • File management

  26. Draw Backs • Some programs unavailable • Microsoft Office •  Issues with Mac • Safari

  27. Real World Application     Remote Access Virtual Private Network (VPN) •   Allows employees to access company's intranet resources (just like workstation) • Requires Network Access Server (NAS) and client software • NAS requires credentials to access company intranet • Client software connects to NAS through Internet

  28. Wealth Management Advisor, regularly works remotely using a VPN • Internet is primary mode of entrance • Enhanced security • Access to all office programs, limited only by personal internet connection (i.e. video conferencing) • Increases productivity, personal benefits

  29. Chief Technology Officer, Travels for work and relies on VPN • Internet is secondary to Client Software  • Use a software similar to Dropbox • Some projects require increased security

  30. Conclusion • What is it • Why we chose it • Set up • How to use it • Benefits / Drawbacks • Real world examples

  31. Questions

  32. References • http://www.csusm.edu/iits/support/cougarapps/faq.html • http://computer.howstuffworks.com/vpn3.htm • Interviews • Brian Banko (SDSU Student) • Tom Soderstrom (CTO at Jet Propulsion Laboratory) • Mike Veselich (Wealth Management Advisor, ML) • Steven Raudry (Student at Help desk)