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Why buy new hardware when you can modernize your software?

Neverware uses a technique known as desktop virtualization to support K-12 schools while acting as a third-party IT department. The Company‚Äôs first product, ‚ÄúPCReady,‚ÄĚ allows schools to run existing hardware through a centralized server on-site, rendering old machines running like new. The Company‚Äôs second product, ‚ÄúCloudReady,‚ÄĚ is an operating system built on Google's open source OS Chromium. CloudReady can be installed on older PCs in order to make them perform like a Chromebook. CloudReady machines can even be managed under the Google Admin console, which is a true line of demarcation from just installing Chrome.