Neverware

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Neverware is a venture-backed technology company that provides a service to make old PCs run like new. The Company launched its second product, CloudReady; an operating system built on Google's 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.
TypePrivate
Founded2011
HQNew York, NY, US
Websiteneverware.com
Employee Ratings4.9
Overall CultureC-

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)13(+9%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Neverware

Daniel Chun

Daniel Chun

Director of Quality Assurance
Paul Nardini

Paul Nardini

Director of Engineering
Jesse Pierce

Jesse Pierce

Director of Operations
Drew Darnbrough

Drew Darnbrough

Director of Marketing
Jennifer Langholz

Jennifer Langholz

Director of Sales
Forrest Smith

Forrest Smith

Director of Product & CX
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Neverware Office Locations

Neverware has offices in New York and London
New York, NY, US (HQ)
112 W 27th St Suite 200
London, GB
10 York Rd, South Bank
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Neverware Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011

Neverware total Funding

$14.1 m

Neverware latest funding size

$6.5 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Neverware investors

Neverware's latest funding round in October 2017 was reported to be $6.5 m. In total, Neverware has raised $14.1 m
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Neverware Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

83/100

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Neverware Online and Social Media Presence

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Neverware Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C-

    68/100

  • CEO Rating

    F

    55/100

  • Compensation

    D

    55/100

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Neverware News and Updates

Google buys Neverware, whose software turns old PCs into Chromebooks

Google LLC has quietly acquired a company called Neverware Inc. that sells software to transform old personal computers and Macs into Chromebook devices. The acquisition was announced today by Neverware on Twitter, and Google later confirmed the news in a statement. Google had taken part in the com…

Neverware Blogs

Tips for Easing Return to Office Anxiety

Return to office is imminent for most. Understandably, this evokes a wide range of emotions--from excitement to existential dread (and everything in between). But even the most fanatic advocates for in-office work will likely experience some nerves. After all, it’s a big change from the last 15 mont…

Patch release for CloudReady v89.4 now available!

 Hey CloudReady Fans!Today we’re releasing a patch to v89.4 to the Stable channel on the Enterprise and Education Editions and on the Stable channel of the Home Edition of CloudReady.We take stability and reliability seriously, and like to minimize patching like this unless a major concern is raised…

Debunking Common Chrome OS Myths

Earlier this year, Chrome OS officially became the 2nd most popular OS in the US. Naturally, the news generated a lot of buzz. But before engaging in a discussion about it, it’s good to correct some common misconceptions about Chrome OS.

CloudReady v89.4 now available!

 Hey CloudReady Fans!We're excited to release v89.4 today. This release will go out to all channels for the Home, Education, and Enterprise Editions of CloudReady.Reminder: We’ll slowly roll out updates on stable channels for all editions to reduce the chance of any unidentified issues affecting use…

4 Ways to Future-proof a Better Patient Experience

Healthcare professionals have 1 common mission--to improve the health of their patients. And accomplishing this creates even more opportunities for support. Since hospitals with superior patient experiences report 50% higher margins, those earnings can be funneled back in for additional staff, expan…

Why Digital Inequity is More Than a Homework Gap

Over the past decade or 2, tech has transformed how schools function. And the pandemic only accelerated these changes. At this point, children might not even know the age-old “my dog ate my homework” excuse. It’s easy to take digital resources for granted. But students with access to technology at h…
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Neverware Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Neverware founded?

    Neverware was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Neverware key executives?

    Neverware's key executives are Daniel Chun, Paul Nardini and Jesse Pierce.

  • How many employees does Neverware have?

    Neverware has 13 employees.

  • Who are Neverware competitors?

    Competitors of Neverware include Anaplan, QLogitek and Cloudera.

  • Where is Neverware headquarters?

    Neverware headquarters is located at 112 W 27th St Suite 200, New York.

  • Where are Neverware offices?

    Neverware has offices in New York and London.

  • How many offices does Neverware have?

    Neverware has 2 offices.