Google chrome is highlighting how chrome books can work in zero-trust corporate environments with its latest chrome enterprise connector framework. The latest integration system is designed to make the chrome browser and chrome OS devices easier for IT departments to apply with existing security, endpoint, and verification solutions as well as other management solutions. Google Chrome OS exec John describes the latest tools as a plug-and-play solution that lets other agencies helm chrome OS management functions like remote wiping a chrome book using blackberry unified endpoint management or waning malware downloads with spunk. These types of management functions formerly worked through the Google admin console. Managing and enrolling Chrome OS devices in the enterprise will still rely on Google tools like Google admin and chrome browser cloud management. But latest tools like chrome OS data controls give enterprises more choices to permit or lock down actions like printing, screen capture, copy/paste, and other probable data loss situations. It might even give IT a better handle on buggy Chrome OS updates and is recently obtainable through the trusted tester program. Google touts Chrome OS as a platform that has never had a reported successful ransomware attack or any evidence of a documented successful virus attack and plans to keep it that way with the latest partnerships. Intel pro-enterprise for chrome OS is also shielding systems supporting both disk and memory.
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