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) Google and Neverware are taken their new-found relationship further by offering on-site Cloud Ready installation at Google’s Booth at the show.
If you happen to be attending the educational technology conference, you can bring your old PC, Mac or netbooks and a dedicated team from Neverware will install Cloud Ready Chromium OS and have your device ready to pick up at the end of the day.
Throughout each day at BETT 2018, any school can drop off an old PC, Mac, or Netbook at the Google stand…and return later to pick up their “new” fast, reliable CloudReady device(s).
Specialists from Neverware will be flashing these old devices with CloudReady, an operating system based on Google’s Chromium OS. CloudReady breathes new life into old hardware, enabling schools to get extra use out of devices that may otherwise collect dust.
So bring along your old devices to Stand C230…we will be wiping them clean so please be sure to save any data beforehand!
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For more on Neverware’s Cloud Ready, check out Robby’s how-to video and revive that PC or Mac that’s turned into a paperweight.
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