Chrome OS provides a better experience for your employees, with modern devices that don’t slow down overtime, have long battery life, and an easy to use interface that allows employees to focus on what matters. In these challenging times more companies welcome Chromebooks to their device fleets. Two new solutions may help you switch more smoothly, especially in these times.
With zero-touch enrollment, IT departments can drop ship Chrome OS devices that will automatically enroll into enterprise administration as soon as the end user connects to the internet. This eliminates the need for manual device enrollment, and enables the user to simply receive the device, connect to the internet and log in. Zero-touch enrollment is built with security in mind, with hardware backed attestation to prevent spoofing attacks.
Once an end user receives the device, all they need to do is connect to the internet, log in, and they’re ready to go.
Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise provides quick access to legacy,
proprietary and full-featured Windows applications locally on a Chrome OS
device, helping businesses easily transition to cloud-first devices.
Parallels Desktop is a great option for customers intending to run legacy, proprietary and full-featured software, like Microsoft Office, but have not made the investment in broader virtualization infrastructure, nor have plans to do so. Unlike remote virtualization solutions, Parallels Desktop provides offline access to applications,
and does not require an internet connection to run.
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