OurCrowd’s portfolio company Neverware was featured on CNN Money. The company repurposes obsolete school computers though desktop virtualization to make them function better than they did when newly purchased.
Jonathan Hefter is passionate about two things: education and problem solving. The 29-year-old has put both at the heart of Neverware, the startup he founded in 2011. Neverware created software that revives old school computers and gets them running like new again.
The company worked with Google to develop a cloud-based operating system called Cloudready. Built on Google’s browser-based Chromium operating system, it basically converts existing PCs and Macs into a Google Chromebook.
Read more on CNN Money here.