Lenovo strengthens its commitment to the education sector through Think University

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Lenovo Philippines’ launches its latest project, Think University which aims to provide schools with the latest technology to help in crafting the minds of the students and give the school, administrators, and teachers an up-to-date method of communicating and interacting with its students.

Recently, Lenovo signed with Colegio San Agustin – Binan and FEU Diliman, donating 10 units each of ThinkCentre Tiny. The universities were qualified to join the program when they availed a specific number of computer units from Lenovo.

“Lenovo believes in empowering the youth through education. Think University is one of our avenues in helping our youth experience a richer kind of learning. We hope that our devices will help these universities and colleges in delivering the right response to the changing needs of the students,” said Michael Ngan, Country General Manager, Lenovo Philippines.

“Higher learning institutions in Philippines should consider joining Lenovo’s Think University in order to have a technological competitive advantage with regards to re-designing curriculum and classroom instruction,” said Christine M. Magturo, Systems Administrator, FEU Diliman.

“The donation of the ThinkCentre Tiny will help the school in providing additional fund and the chance of a free laptop for those teachers enrolled in getting a Master’s Degree (MBA). Lenovo’s Think University brings many privileges to those who participate in it,”said Sheree Rosario-Gaylican, Senior High school ICT Strand Coordinator, CSA Binan.

The ThinkCentre Tiny is a truly powerful enterprise desktop, featuring the latest Intel® platform. Lenovo provides the latest web-based desktop management platform and when it comes to reliability, think ‘high’ thanks to Citrix, VMware and Microsoft protocol certifications plus innovative ICE technology.

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Lenovo strengthens its commitment to the education sector through Think University

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