Google Launches Chrome Enterprise: Now Work Laptops can Run Android Apps

Google Launches Chrome Enterprise: Now Work Laptops can Run Android Apps. The search engine, Google wants everyone to use Chrome book at work. Google has announced a new enterprise version of Chrome OS that will be easier for businesses to use Chromebooks.

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Chrome Enterprise will cost companies $50 a year for each device. It has business focused features on top of Chromebook’s standard features.

Google Launches Chrome Enterprise: Now Work Laptops can Run Android Apps

Work features include: single-sign-on support, theft prevention tools, integration with Microsoft Active Directory, and the ability for businesses to remotely manage printers, browser extensions, software updates, and networks.

Google chrome OS became famous due to its cheap rate and limited features. However the company believes its new enterprise feature will make the device more attractive to businesses.

As different hardware makers like HP, Lenovo and Samsung are already building Enterprise Chromebooks, Google expects that they would customize chrome OS to these devices. The most important selling point of Chromebooks’ is its ability to run Android Apps from Google play store. This feature will definitely catch businesses as number of business Apps are available for Chromebooks.

Google revealed that more than 25 Chromebooks can run Android Apps. The company plans to configure this feature with more devices soon.

Google is hosting remote webinar today for business interested in adopting Chrome Enterprise.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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