Chrome devices have changed the way businesses boost productivity, improve customer experiences and enhance mobility. They are also well-suited to digital signage and kiosk deployment. To achieve this purpose, IT staff simply need to activate the kiosk mode on the Chrome device. Today we are celebrating the Chromebit, a Small Wonder that causes us to rename this column.
RingCentral offers award-winning communications solutions designed to help companies boost efficiency in a flexible, cost-effective manner. It achieves this objective while meeting industry best practices relating to security and privacy controls. The RingCentral for Google offering also leverages G Suite's robust security to protect sensitive data.
Here at Coolhead Tech, our Google Apps Admins focus on the latest innovations in cloud computing for businesses and education. When it comes to Unified Communications for Mid-market and enterprise customers we recommend RingCentral for Google and we'll show you why in this upcoming live demo on July 27.
The G Suite apps admin console is designed to provide an easy way to manage devices, add users, configure security and other settings. Centralized administration allows IT staff to work faster, thus giving them an opportunity to focus on other important tasks. The console also provides unlimited access to advanced insights and reports.
Chrome devices offer a rich user experience that is different from traditional computers. They boot significantly faster, provide an exceptionally secure operating system and receive regular automatic updates. The overall experience is fluid, robust and untainted by the hassles associated with ordinary PCs. These benefits also apply to Chrome kiosks.
RingCentral is one of the most prominent cloud phone system vendors in the world. The entity is recognized as a Gartner Magic Quadrant leader and trusted by over 350,000 enterprise customers. It offers a communications solution that integrates with G Suite apps, which is used by many businesses daily to boost productivity and collaboration.
Each year, Gartner publishes a new "IaaS Magic Quadrant" report, which is designed to rank the leading vendors across the cloud marketplace. Often seen as one of the most important reports for cloud development, the IaaS overview frequently focuses on the competition between Google, Microsoft, and AWS, as the main competitors for the space.
Google Cloud and Partners are running custom 5-day hands-on workshops for midsize companies considering Google's Infrastructure as a Service offering as part of their Cloud strategy. These in-depth GCP Bootcamps are perfect for a range of businesses, ranging from those who are exploring cloud deployment for the first time, or those in search of a multi-cloud solution for their organization.
Deep in the heart of Texas it's the dog days of summer but Apps Admins are dreaming of Christmas in July with Oprah style end of year Chrome device deployments. You get a Chromebook, you get a Chromebit, Chrome devices for everyone in the office! Here are four reasons to consider Chrome devices for fall and end of year deployments.