If you have just moved or are considering moving your department toward Chrome devices, including Chromebooks, instead of other laptop brands, then you are making a decision for speed, security, and value. Chrome Devices for Work are the solution to scaling up IT without losing sleep.
Here at Coolhead Tech, it's our goal to help you roll out the best possible deployments for your Google Cloud setups. In this article, we'll be discussing large Chromebook Deployments (common in Education)- specifically, the setup to do beforehand, the evaluation process, and then taking action after your planning phase.
At the Texas Computer Education Association's Annual SysAdmin conference held in Austin, Coolhead Tech unveiled a unique online marketplace for schools and mid-market companies using Google's G Suite Apps.
Here at Coolhead Tech, we cover a variety of topics related to G Suite and other cloud-based professional applications. As a licensed G Suite partner, we're qualified to speak about Chrome Device deployments. In this article, we'll discuss how using the Chromebook Management Console can make large device deployments easier.
As Google introduced a number of changes to its G Suite Business, it also announced improvements to Chrome device management. The technology provider added a wide array of features and renamed G Suite Business. The suite is now known as G Suite. Meanwhile, Google Cloud is the new name for the company's broad range of cloud-based services, including APIs, G Suite, Google Cloud Platform and more.
For years, schools have been searching for the best, most cost-effective method to bring technology, and all its learning advantages, into the classroom. Chromebooks are becoming the solution for many districts. Chromebooks are an economic, thin computer, lightweight, and portable. Web based, the computer is not vulnerable to virus and malware attacks. Following are five use cases for Chromebooks in education.
The Chromebook is a laptop made to run Chrome OS. Chrome OS is focused on cloud computing, with the backend of the Google Chrome browser powering the operating system. For most consumers, an Internet-only machine can fill most of their needs, and in a classroom environment, Chromebooks are becoming more popular due to both economic and educational reasons.
We all know the Chromebook can be a very useful laptop, but with the ability to access and use Android applications on the machine, its usefulness has now became more apparent. These affordable, useful machines are starting to become a standard for education for their portability and convenience. Google has absolutely created a success with the Chrome OS, and it will soon become the "Go-to" work device, possibly in 2017!
Google Chromebooks have made a large impact on the world of computing as a whole, judging by their surprisingly large sales value. While fans of Apple and Microsoft may be shocked that users would be willing to forgo native applications entirely (on OSX and Windows) in favor of what's essentially a Web-only machine, Google assumed (correctly) that most of a user's computer needs can be met online, and in the case of most of the mass market, all of their needs can be met by Chrome OS.