grab and go chromebook program

Introducing Grab and Go with Chrome Enterprise and Promevo

Keep your workforce productive with self-service Chromebooks Suppose one of your employees forgets their laptop at home, leaves it on the bus, spills hot coffee all over it, or out of nowhere, the device just dies. What happens next? They’ll likely spend hours, maybe days, on the sidelines waiting for

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G Suite Price Increases 2019

Google recently announced price increases for G Suite licenses. These increases will take effect on April 2, 2019.* To make the G Suite portfolio consistent, Google will remove the cost difference between annual and monthly pricing beginning April 2, 2019. Which G Suite licenses are being affected? G Suite Basic

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What’s New in Chrome OS 66?

At the end of April, Google pushed the new Chrome OS 66 update. The most important bit? Adding security measures so that all Chrome OS devices are protected against Meltdown attacks. Along with the beefed-up safeguarding, OS 66 has added quite a few display and Google Play features. Here are

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Swiss army knife

Chrome: the Swiss Army Knife of Operating Systems

We hear it all the time. From our YouTube channel to our blog, it’s always the same comment: “But you can’t run Photoshop/Word/Linux on a Chromebook!” It’s time to realize that seven years on, the Chromebooks of 2018 aren’t the same as that first (but we do miss the Samsung

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Google Maps on Chromebook

7 Google Tools to Swap Cramming for Meaningful Exam Prep

Who’s excited for everyone’s favorite part of the year—exams and finals?! It’s key for students to start studying early so they can fully review what they’ve learned over the past few months. But all too often this means rereading, highlighting, falling asleep, and maybe making an outline. Luckily, there are

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rocky ridge trucks

How Going Google Unified The Rocky Ridge Trucks Sales Team

Who makes the toughest ride in town? Rocky Ridge Trucks is one of the most prestigious aftermarket automotive modifiers in the United States. They make big, bad trucks by upgrading base models with off-road lifts, unique paint jobs, and interior designs, and have done custom work for Jason Aldean, Kid

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grab and go chromebook program

Introducing Grab and Go with Chrome Enterprise and Promevo

Keep your workforce productive with self-service Chromebooks Suppose one of your employees forgets their laptop at home, leaves it on the bus, spills hot coffee all over it, or out of nowhere, the device just dies. What happens next? They’ll likely spend hours, maybe days, on the sidelines waiting for

Read More »

G Suite Price Increases 2019

Google recently announced price increases for G Suite licenses. These increases will take effect on April 2, 2019.* To make the G Suite portfolio consistent, Google will remove the cost difference between annual and monthly pricing beginning April 2, 2019. Which G Suite licenses are being affected? G Suite Basic

Read More »

What’s New in Chrome OS 66?

At the end of April, Google pushed the new Chrome OS 66 update. The most important bit? Adding security measures so that all Chrome OS devices are protected against Meltdown attacks. Along with the beefed-up safeguarding, OS 66 has added quite a few display and Google Play features. Here are

Read More »
Swiss army knife

Chrome: the Swiss Army Knife of Operating Systems

We hear it all the time. From our YouTube channel to our blog, it’s always the same comment: “But you can’t run Photoshop/Word/Linux on a Chromebook!” It’s time to realize that seven years on, the Chromebooks of 2018 aren’t the same as that first (but we do miss the Samsung

Read More »
Google Maps on Chromebook

7 Google Tools to Swap Cramming for Meaningful Exam Prep

Who’s excited for everyone’s favorite part of the year—exams and finals?! It’s key for students to start studying early so they can fully review what they’ve learned over the past few months. But all too often this means rereading, highlighting, falling asleep, and maybe making an outline. Luckily, there are

Read More »