Three chromebooks

Google Chrome devices

A large choice of Google Chrome devices

Chrome devices come in a number of form factors including Chromebook, Chromebase, Chromebit, Chromebox and Chrome device for Meetings. They are a new type of computer designed for the “post-PC” era.  They are optimised for web apps and other browser-based business applications.

Chrome devices provide your business with affordable, powerful devices that are designed to improve shareability and security, both on and off-line. By working seamlessly alongside G Suite, the devices drive collaboration and boost productivity in your business.

How Ancoris can help

As a Google Cloud Premier Partner we have experience of large-scale deployments of Chrome devices and can provide you with advice and advanced support.  When you require a large number of devices, we provide a white glove preparation process, where devices are configured to work with your organisation’s domain right out of the box, allowing a virtually “zero IT touch” deployment.

chromesales.co.uk is our Ancoris eCommerce site for chrome devices and Chrome Enterprise (previously Chrome Device Management).  If you have specific requirements or a large order to  fulfil, please contact us direct.

HP Chromebook sitting on desk

 

Easy deployment and low maintenance

Chrome Enterprise allows admins to easily deploy and manage a fleet of devices, including setting user, device and app policies, via a web-based console.

The ease of maintenance of Chrome devices dramatically reduce the cost of ownership and the management overhead compared with traditional PCs.

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Multiple layers of security

Chromebooks are kept up to date automatically, so you’ll always have the latest features like Voice Search.  They come with multiple layers of security to help keep you safe from viruses and malware. Best of all, no OS patching is required and all data is encrypted.

HP Chromebook in office setting

Office staff working on the floor

 

Chrome devices are easy to use and share

Devices can be shared as separate accounts for each user to keep individual’s data safe.  This makes them ideal for shared environment or kiosk applications.

They stay synced with your Android phones & tablets, and everywhere you’re signed in with your Google account – so your data stays with you, even when your laptop doesn’t.

With the App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) allowing Android apps to be run on Chrome OS, many more applications are easily accessible.

Ideal for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Chromebooks are designed to access web applications using Google Chrome and share many of the attributes of thin clients.  By deploying a desktop virtualization solution such as Citrix or VMWare, you can also access legacy Windows and UNIX applications in your datacentre or office. Chrome devices have little or no on-board storage, they’re easy to maintain and are affordable. Chromebooks are also extremely portable and much easier to manage and these are big advantages over traditional thin clients.

Two people in meeting with Chromebook

Three chromebooks

 

Chromebooks just work out of the box

Chromebooks are lightweight, “instant-on” devices, fast to use and with a long battery life. Unlike a traditional computer, they won’t slow down over time because updates are automatic and maintenance is easy.

They are the perfect device for web applications such as G Suite to collaborate and communicate, online or offline.  They also work with the myriad apps in the Chrome Web Store.

Chrome device for Meetings

Chromebox for Meetings combines Google Hangouts and a low-cost, easy-to-manage Chromebox, making it simpler for any organisation to have high-quality video meetings without the need for expensive bespoke equipment. Now every meeting room can be a video-conference room and remote users can join from any device, PC, tablet or smartphone in their offices, on-the-road or at home.

Google Hangout on HP screens