Chromebooks have had a slow and arduous fight to gain market share in the business sector. Companies have long relied on network capabilities and software designed for platforms that have longer track records. Those days may soon be coming to an end.
Early last year Charles Schwab began adding Chromebooks to almost 250 branches for customers to use. There, they can access accounts, add users and manage investments all from a Chromebook kiosk. Once the customer is finished they simply log off and there information is securely wiped clean.
As reported by CNBC late last week, the major banking and investment firm has now almost double that original number of Chromebooks this year.
Charles Schwab is just one of the many number of growing corporations that are beginning to invest in Chromebooks. While the market is still emerging, it’s proof positive that Chromebooks and Chrome OS are a true competitor for Windows and MacOS.
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