Google's Enterprise Cloud initiative is real and with what seems to be unlimited resources, people power and innovation being thrown at it, Google's getting real. Not only are they listening to the needs of enterprise IT departments but they're acting on them. This is evident not in recent announcements but actions including this week's new revamp of Chrome Device Management Licensing.
Chromebooks are designed to deliver seamless user experience not only in education but also in business. They provide a number of business-critical applications that help boost productivity. Many IT decision-makers have embraced the idea of using hybrid devices that run Android apps on Chrome to achieve secure enterprise mobility.
Interactive digital signage and kiosks provide a viable way to deliver engaging information to customers. From the hospitality industry and healthcare to the retail sector, many organizations are leveraging the power of digital signage. The benefits of deploying high-performance devices are not limited to narrow use cases.
Chromebooks are helping businesses of varying sizes streamline workflows and boost productivity. These hybrid devices provide a viable way to merge the desktop and mobile experience. A report published on Wired summed up the role played by the notebooks ''Chromebooks are exactly what the computer world needs now: simple, secure, usable.''
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.
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.
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.
Chromebooks can connect users to software built for other operating systems, such as Linux and Windows. However, extending the reach beyond web apps may require a subscription to services or additional hardware.
On Wednesday, Coolhead Tech, a former Google for Work Premier Partner and current independent Cloud Consultancy, in conjunction with RingCentral, will host an Austin-style product launch with local food, drink and an Elvis Tribute Show for G Suite Apps Admins and IT companies considering migrating to the Cloud.