Lenovo Software Delivers Cloud-Based Classroom Orchestration Platform for Windows and Macs

Lenovo Software Delivers Cloud-Based Classroom Orchestration Platform for Windows and Macs

lenovo-clever-crop-width288height190Lenovo today announced that its popular LanSchool Air cloud-based, classroom orchestration platform is now available for Windows and Mac environments, in addition to its current Chromebook support. With millions of devices in classrooms today using a variety of platforms, this new capability enables any school to implement LanSchool Air easily across all existing devices.

As a pioneer in classroom management technology, Lenovo Software is committed to providing innovative products that empower educators to inspire the best outcome for every student. Designed to meet the complex instructional needs of connected classrooms, LanSchool Air facilitates 1:1 learning, keeps students focused and on track, and increases collaboration in the classroom.

“LanSchool has been supporting Windows and Mac environments in schools for more than three decades, and we’re thrilled to offer a cloud-based solution to current and new customers using these popular platforms,” said Lenovo Software General Manager, Richard German. “Our continued investment in the LanSchool product line will make it easier for school districts to adopt a single classroom orchestration platform that works with all IT environments and legacy equipment.”

The award-winning LanSchool software offers the most comprehensive set of features to help teachers guide student learning in a safer and more secure online environment. Recent features added to LanSchool Air allow for mass deployment across all devices to get teachers up and running more quickly and easily without requiring IT support. Support for Windows and Mac devices offers additional flexibility and allows schools to leverage their current investments in these popular platforms.

LanSchool integrates with both Google Classroom, a free service that streamlines the process of sharing files between teachers and students, and Clever, the most widely used rostering portal in K–12 schools.