Neverware is a venture-backed technology company that provides a service to make old PCs run like new. In February 2015 the company launched its second product, CloudReady; an operating system built on Googles open source operating system 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. It was founded by CEO Jonathan Hefter and currently specializes in the education sector. It is headquartered in the Flatiron District of Manhattan. Hefter began developing Neverware’s core technology in 2009 after graduating from Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania. In May 2010 Dogpatch Labs invited Hefter to work out of their Manhattan incubator, and in early 2011 Neverware officially formed, moved to General Assembly’s Manhattan location, and began operations. After a successful pilot program, Neverware launched in January 2013, rolling its service out around New York City. CloudReady was released at the 2015 TCEA conference in Texas, indicating a broader national reach on the part of the company. Within weeks the product was picked up by education bloggers. The new Neverware product is clearly staying true to the company and Hefters original vision to connect students with equitable, quality access to technology, and obviously their product development strategy identified Google as a major force in the education landscape.