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As the school year kicks off, we’re seeing an influx of Chromebooks with dead batteries. Today we’re sharing best practices from Google for long-term storage and getting your Chromebooks ready for school. Following these tips can help save your district time and money! (Read more from Google)
This is the ideal way to store devices. It reduces battery discharge to a minimum, prevents constant charge and discharge from reducing the battery life, and keeps the Chromebook in a stable, powered-off state.
Note: If you can’t put your model of Chromebook into the battery disconnect state described above, charge the battery to at least 80%. Then, turn off the Chromebook, unplug it from a power source, and store it in a cool, dry place.
A week before classes resume, get the Chromebooks ready for students.
We help districts of all sizes with student/teacher Lenovo, HP, and Acer Chromebook device repair and maintenance. Ask us about our summer services which will have your devices ready to go at the start of a new year!
ITAD is about getting rid of old or unwanted devices in a way that’s safe and environmentally friendly. Instead of wiping data and throwing away old computers, ITAD uses careful steps to make sure all data is completely gone.
Managing a school district’s IT assets extends beyond just inventory and encompasses every aspect of its lifecycle, from acquisition through to disposal.
IT Asset Lifecycle Management is the process of optimizing the purchase, deployment, maintenance, usage, and disposition of IT assets in an organization. In the case of school districts, these assets are typically student devices like laptops, tablets, or desktop computers.