Second Life Mac offers touchless device trade-in for schools
SKOKIE -- Second Life Mac is now offering Touchless Trade-in, an automated, touchless system that schools can use to collect used devices from students as they prepare for a fleet refresh.
Touchless Trade-in is a drive-through device drop-off program that enables students, parents and administrators to maintain social distancing recommendations, while also allowing schools to move forward with plans to refresh technology devices.
"Our goal in creating this program is to alleviate the fears that school administrators have in taking back devices that haven't been sanitized," said Paula Currie, vice president of procurement for Second Life Mac. "This program eliminates the need for administrators to collect, inventory and package devices, so it reduces the risk of exposure for everyone involved."
For more information, visit www.secondlifemac.com