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mCloud Apps are business school course applications published in a cloud-like format. They are freely available to all current business students and to non-business students enrolled in business courses that require certain software as part of their course work. The applications are accessed using a Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client available for Windows and Macintosh computers as well as iOS and Android mobile devices.



Attention Mac Users

mCloud Apps require an Internet connection to work. All of the software available in mCloud can be installed by students onto their own computers.

Mac users wishing to use Windows applications on their own computers should first install VirtualBox and then use a ready made Windows VM from McCombs Computer Services. Please visit Running MSB Student VMs in VirtualBox for more information.





For a short three-step guide on how to begin using mCloud Apps right away on a Windows or Macintosh computer, please see the mCloud Apps - Quick Start Guide.



In A Hurry?

For a single sheet graphic of these same three easy steps please download or print this 3 Step Graphic.




Or watch this quick video. . .



(Go to to watch the video directly in YouTube)




For a more thorough description of how to use mCloud Apps include optional features and more customized ways of using it, please see the mCloud Apps - Step-By-Step Guide.

Below is a list of applications currently available or soon to be published in mCloud Apps. Please click on the name to go to the software information page about the application and other ways it may be made available to students. Please go to the full Course Software wiki pages for a list of all software available to students,.