Family Zone Education is now Linewize

July 31, 2020

With over million students and almost schools across the globe using Family Zone, we’ve decided that it’s time for us to align our Education offering across regions. While the products and services we provide to families will remain Family Zone, our Education specific offering will be rebranded from Family Zone Education to Linewize. 

We already use the Linewize brand across our US Education business and it maintains a proud history in New Zealand.

What does this mean for education in Australia & New Zealand?

The name change allows our product, development and support teams to be laser focused on supporting our Education customers better. Meaning an expanded product range, more innovation, enhanced support and a genuinely global network.

Protect every child's digital journey

Linewize are a uniquely positioned specialist cyber safety provider, entirely focussed on the needs of schools and their parent community. With a mission, 'To support and protect every child’s digital journey', we empower school communities through the integration of technology and education to ensure future generations are cyber safe, savvy and healthy.

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