ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23 NASCAR Challenge

The ThinkCentre® Tiny-in-One 23 was built for fast deployment in and out of the classroom. We challenged a NASCAR pit crew to a friendly race: Watch our video to see if they can beat the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One in a contest of speed and efficiency.

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Common Core Education’s Top K-12 Mobile Apps


Sponsored by Lenovo® and Microsoft®

Are you trying to prepare your school for success under the new Common Core mandates?

As Common Core State Standards and other state-level assessment initiatives are adopted in schools, free and low-cost tools have been designed to support the changes for districts and students.…Read More

Rugged and Reliable: 7 Key Durability Features for K-12 Devices


Sponsored by Lenovo® and Microsoft®

Concerned that your school’s devices aren’t designed to meet the challenges of 24/7 student use?

Consumer grade laptops are too easily damaged at school. Accidents ranging from dents and dings to spills on the keyboard and cracked displays are impacting technology, Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and students’ ability to learn.…Read More

Ten Steps to Digital Readiness for Common Core Exams

LenovoIntelrevisedWhile the potential for digital assessments is big with immediate score reporting and easier manageability, they also require a lot of preparation. Here’s a handy checklist of things to remember as you get ready.

Ensuring the Durability of Ed-Tech Devices

LenovoIntelrevisedHow can you protect your technology investments in an environment where students are still learning responsibility? Start by investing in PCs and mobile devices designed specifically for maximum durability.

Lenovo acquires Stoneware, boosts cloud offerings

Cloud computing can help tie together different devices for the ed-tech market.

In a move to expand its cloud computing solutions and extend learning opportunities to students, Lenovo on Sept. 18 announced that it is acquiring educational technology provider Stoneware Inc.

Stoneware sells a number of cloud-oriented products to schools. Its webNetwork service, which uses a browser-based interface to give users access to all their applications and files in the cloud with a single sign-on, has been rebranded as Secure Cloud Access. LanSchool, which Stoneware itself acquired last year, is the company’s classroom management solution.

Those products reportedly serve a combined 5 million users, mostly in education.…Read More