You probably already know that Chrome devices provide a cost-effective and secure way to create a connected workforce, giving employees access to the tools and data they need, when and where they need them. Adding a Chrome Enterprise license to your Chrome setup will provide you with a range of additional controls and features that let you seamlessly manage Chrome alongside your legacy systems on an enterprise level.
Here are 5 ways Chrome Enterprise will make a difference in your business:
- Make it easier for users to get on with their work quickly, by syncing data and preferences across all the devices they use. That isn't just limited to Chrome devices: you can sync with devices running any operating system, as long as they run the Chrome browser, and with employees' own devices if you have a BYOD policy.
- Make it straightforward for users to access all the tools they need in one place, using Managed Google Play. Available as part of the Chrome Enterprise license, Managed Google Play lets you build and manage a single storefront for both private and public apps and browser extensions.
- Easily add innovative and cost-effective cloud solutions to your legacy infrastructure, while continuing to use existing identity and management systems to manage devices and policies. Chrome Enterprise integrates with on-premise tools like Microsoft Active Directory and VMWare Workspace ONE. This enables employees to use their native credentials to sign on to any device or application, while admins can continue to manage all devices and policies from one place.
- Increase security when users share devices, through public sessions that use single sign-on to provide immediate access to all of a user's apps and data, with no need to sign in to each system, before wiping the device clean when they log off. Public sessions are, of course, just part of the multi-layered end-to-to-end security within Chrome that makes it one of the world's most secure operating systems.
- Reduce your support effort, with automatic OS and security updates, and the ability to remotely configure Chrome devices and browsers.
For more information about how you can use Chrome devices in your own organisation, please click here.