K-12 IT Administrators are often faced with the daunting task of deploying hundreds or even thousands of Chromebooks in a very short amount of time to prepare for the upcoming school year. One at a time can be an exhausting undertaking while paying for white glove services can quickly become taxing on even the biggest […]
Apparently, January is the choice time to launch education-focused Chromebooks in 2018. Granted, between CES and the BETT (British Educational Training and Technology show), the time is pretty ripe for announcements. Additionally, these new Chromebook offerings are now all in line for upcoming budget decisions for school systems that don’t routinely stick to to a […]
If you have found yourself looking for an alternative to the abruptly deprecated Chrome Supervised Users, Mobicip may be exactly what you’re looking for especially if you are homeschooling or looking to monitor and restrict web activity for your family. I know there are a number of options out there for web filtering and parental […]
Late last year, Google stepped in to back Neverware’s latest round of investment funding and in doing so, reinforced the validity and sustainability of the Cloud Ready product that breathes life back into old PC and Mac devices. This year, at London’s annual Bett Show (formerly known as the British Educational Training and Technology Show) […]
Lenovo has been busy gearing up for upcoming Educational conferences taking place in Orlando and London this week and in preparation, they have just announced multiple Chrome and Windows devices that were designed specifically for today’s classroom. Following the lead of other manufacturers, Lenovo has added two Apollo Lake devices as well as another ARM-based […]
HP has been relatively quiet on the Chrome OS front in 2017. Apart from the latest HP Chromebook x360, it had been nearly a year and a half since the PC giant released a Chrome device but that all changed quite drastically this week. Along with the beast that is the HP Chromebox G2, Hewlett […]
A recent update to a network policy on managed Chrome devices has resulted in some unforeseen connectivity issues for thousands of users in schools and businesses alike. Devices that are configured to connect automatically to organizational, password-protected wifi were affected. Devices affected would have been online December 5th between 9:50 a.m. and 11:50 a.m. PST […]
If you opted out of joining the Black Friday shopping mayhem, fear not. You aren’t alone as many consumers continue to make the shift to online buying and taking advantage of weekend-long deals and the upcoming Cyber Monday sales.
The journey to seeing Microsoft Office actually land on Chromebooks has been a bit of an odyssey. When the Play Store began showing up on select Chromebooks over a year ago, this was one of the key things many users were very interested in seeing. As the ASUS Chromebook Flip was the first out of […]
Following up on last year’s successes, Acer is at it again. Q3 profit reports from the computing powerhouse proclaim a 27% YoY gain in Chromebook profit over the already-impressive 33% increase of 2016. So, what is it that is helping Acer find such success in a still-emerging market when overall PC shipments have seen a […]
Beaverton, OR | November 3, 2017 – CTLⓇ, a leading Education Chromebook manufacturer and 1:1 solution provider, announced that it will expand its standard first year warranty for qualified education customers to include 2-way cross shipping for in-warranty Chromebook repairs.
In 2015, the inception of the Nevada Ready 21 (NR21) program laid the foundation for the state to move forward with its 1:1 computing initiative for K-12 students.