For those not familiar with the program, Chrome Device Management is a licensing product for Chrome, Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices like kiosks and Chromeboxes. The license costs $50 per device per year and gives business administrative control over enrolled computers allowing IT departments to manage features like the Google Play Store, individual and mass policy implementation as well as remote kiosk managem
Setting Up A Chrome OS Managed Kiosk Is Easier Than Ever https://youtu.be/62wo27eeg8w Since the arrival of Chromebooks and Chrome OS, managed devices have always been a part of the landscape. The ability to manage many devices remotely and with relative ease has long been a sustaining reason Chromebooks have fared so well in schools. As […]
Amazon Prime Day will soon be over but that doesn’t mean the deals have stopped. We’ve gathered up the next round of items for Prime members to get their hands on and are ready to share. No new Chromebooks have been added to the Prime Day Sale but you know me. If there’s a deal, […]
We’re less than two weeks out from ugly ties, barbecues and the day we celebrate the ones we call dad. Whether he’s a tech-head or a technological caveman, we’ve rounded up a few deals that might brighten your dad’s big day. And hey, who knows, you might find something you like too. I’ll save you […]
We have waited a long time for Android Apps to make their way to Chrome OS and as of now, most are still waiting. The pending release of Chrome OS 59 and the fact that the Samsung Chromebook Pro is finally making its way to consumers is a good indicator we can expect a broader […]
AOpen, though not a company that many consumers are aware of, has put together a couple very interesting devices that could end up in places like your local coffee shop in the near future.
AOPEN may not be a household name but chances are you’ve crossed paths with their technology and never even knew it. From digital signage and point-of-sale to desktop solutions and kiosks, AOPEN has been a mainstay in the commercial Chrome OS ecosystem. If you have ever interacted with a digital sign, or had your order […]
Sometimes, regardless of the OS, computing devices need to be reset. The need to reset can span any range of reasons. Often times you may just want a fresh start. Other times you may find a hardware issue that requires a little nudge to overcome.
The latest version of Google’s operation system has begun making its way down the pipeline for Chromebooks and Chrome OS devices. Chrome OS 55 brings with it a few new features previously seen in the Developer and Beta channels. Following the release of Chrome 55 for Android, the update for Chrome OS devices will be […]
Around Chrome Unboxed we talk about new devices a lot. We get a little giddy every time we come across a possible new Chromebook or upcoming technology for Chrome OS. In our never-ending search, we come across terms such as baseboard, mainboard and overlay. But what does it all mean?
The Acer Chromebase 24, overall, is an exercise in safety. There’s no innovation or taken risks, but there are also very few misses as a result. A solid build, solid performer, and overall ‘pretty good’ experience makes this device a forgettable one, but a functional one as well. For our review, we tested the absolute […]
Chrome OS has updated to version 52 on the Stable channel. As usual,the new version brings with it a handful of bug fixes, security updates and feature enhancements. As posted on the Chrome Release Blog yesterday, Chrome OS 52 also brings with it these notable changes.