Aiming to make Chrome Enterprise "the most secure endpoint solution for businesses in the cloud," Google rolls out more partners like Citrix XenMobile and Zoho.
When we introduced Chrome Enterprise last August, our aim was to provide a single solution that connected employees while giving admins the flexibility and control they needed to keep their businesses protected. Since then, security has only become more of a priority for enterprises. Show More Summary
As Robert Reiss recently said in Forbes, “the only constant in healthcare is change.” The digital landscape in healthcare is no exception. While patient needs are increasing, pressures to keep costs down have mounted. On the technology front, stories about data breaches dominate the headlines. Show More Summary
Chromebooks and "real" work? It's possible, even in the enterprise. Despite its first impression, Chrome OS is great in the workplace. Every type of business needs access to email, internal sites for company announcements, calendars, and other basic tools. Show More Summary
Editor’s note: Today’s post is by Kong Yang, Technical Director of Enterprise Solutions for Vertex, which develops tax management solutions for business. Vertex uses Chrome browser to provide a fast and user-friendly platform for Vertex Enterprise, the company’s flagship tax product. Show More Summary
Google has rolled out a major new enterprise security feature in Chrome called site isolation. It's a stronger version of the browser's existing sandboxing feature. The post Google Rolls Out New Chrome Security Feature to Combat Microsoft appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Google says its new Chrome 63 brings a major enterprise security boost.
When it comes to Chrome, security is one of our most important considerations—and that’s especially true when it comes to our enterprise users. We’re always looking for ways to further protect enterprises from potential dangers likeShow More Summary
In August we announced the launch of Chrome Enterprise, a single, cost-effective solution giving you the security and control you need to keep your employees connected. On our road to releasing Chrome Enterprise, we listened to a lot of feedback from businesses. Show More Summary
Editor’s note: Today’s post comes from Nick Winnie, Infrastructure Systems Administrator for Questar, which provides testing and assessment services in the United States. Questar is using Chrome Enterprise and G Suite to collaborate and save valuable time and money spent provisioning and maintaining laptop equipment for testing workshops. Show More Summary
While Google made its Allo app available on the Windows desktop a few weeks ago, we noted that it was limited to Chrome and users of other browsers–including Microsoft’s Edge–couldn’t use the app. An enterprising developer has builtShow More Summary
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With the Chrome OS and Chromebooks, Google succeeded in winning the education market in the US from Microsoft and Apple. Now, they are trying to enter the enterprise market which is a stronghold of Microsoft. Chrome Enterprise is a new...Show More Summary
David Karam, Google Chrome Enterprise product manager announced yesterday on Google's The Keyword blog the launch of Chrome Enterprise. Chrome Enterprise is designed to be a "single, cost-effective solution" for organizations to "give them the flexibility and control to keep their employees connected". Show More Summary
With Microsoft's cloud and hardware business units continuing to grow, Google is fighting back with the launch of Chrome Enterprise. This is a new version of Chrome OS that adds a bunch of management and security features that bolster the comany's efforts to push further into the business market. More »
Google wants you to use a Chromebook at work. The company just announced a new enterprise version of Chrome OS that will make it much easier for businesses to use Chromebooks. SEE ALSO: 7 features to look forward to in Android O Chrome...Show More Summary
Google Inc. is looking to make Chrome OS more widespread in the enterprise. To that end, the company has today introduced a new service that enables companies to centrally manage employee devices running the operating system. It’s dubbed Chrome Enterprise and costs $50 per endpoint per year. Show More Summary
Chromebooks are headed to work this fall, thanks to a new program that Google introduced today. The new Chrome Enterprise bundle provides enterprises with a set of services that help bring Chromebooks on par with Microsoft Windows PCs. Chrome Enterprise will give IT administrators a cloud-based management portal for handling a fleet of Chromebooks, support […]
Since we launched Chrome OS in 2009, our goal has been to build the simplest, fastest, and most secure operating system possible. And we’ve been inspired by all the ways we’ve seen businesses embrace Chrome, from Chromebooks in the office, to shared Chrome devices in the field, to signage and kiosks for customer engagement in retail. Show More Summary