Customer Story: Calgary Board of Education

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At Vincent Massey School, teachers are trying to provide the spark that takes a student from passive to active learner, and they're doing it with technology. With tech, teachers can give students a more personalized experience and offer more ways to explore the curriculum. In the past, teachers needed multiple devices to teach effectively. Now, with solutions like Windows 10 and Office 365, teachers can get more done on one platform. At FL COMPUTER TECH, we want your teachers to have the tools that bring their classrooms to the modern digital age. Contact us today to learn more on how we can help.


The Calgary Board of Education introduced 30,000 Windows devices into their classrooms, and the payoff has been well worth it. The integration has yielded significantly better student interaction and participation.

At FL COMPUTER TECH, we want to help your students reach their full potential. That means incorporating modern solutions like Windows 10 to help your staff and students connect. Contact us today to learn how we can help you find the right education solutions for your needs.

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Michael Duff is the CEO for FL Computer Tech. His latest endeavors have incorporated voice technology and Artificial Intelligence for Amazon and Google. When he is not in an office he enjoys world travel while living a Digital Nomad’s lifestyle, always on the lookout for a new Startup opportunity.

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