Many educators would like to transform their learning environments into digital classrooms, but they just don’t have enough devices to do so. Samsung and Neverware have teamed up to solve this problem by making digital collaboration more manageable and cost-effective.

On average, there is only one functional classroom computing device for every four students across the United States. Neverware’s CloudReady software allows schools to extend the lives of their old computers by transforming existing PCs and Macs into devices that run just like Chromebooks. When combined with new Chromebooks from Samsung, the solution is an affordable way to build digital classrooms by putting powerful devices into the hands of every student.

Watch the video below to hear how CloudReady converts legacy computers into Chrome devices that augment a school’s existing Chromebook fleet, while unifying them under a central Google Admin console for easier management.


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