Chromebook Checklist A fleet of Chromebooks fit naturally into most IT environments. To ensure that Chromebooks are a fit for your organization and provide a great experience for both your IT managers and employees, please review this product fit checklist. For additional questions, please contact Google Sales at:

1) Do you use Google Apps? If so, do you have GA+ and sync your passwords?

Chromebooks use Google Apps or Gmail to authenticate users. Google Apps authentication only works with users who have the latest version of Apps, often called GA+ or merged name space. Chromebooks also require customers to have their passwords stored at Google, even when using Single Sign On.

2) Do you use applications that run outside of a web browser?

Chromebooks are built to access web or browser-based applications and do not support locally installed applications. If you need access to any “native” applications, you will need a virtualization solution. If you do need VDI or application virtualization, Chromebooks support Citrix®, RDP solutions like Ericom AccessNow, and other similar technologies like Desktone.

3) Have you tested your apps in the Chrome browser without plug-ins like Java and Silverlight? Some applications do not support the Chrome web browser or have a limited feature set when running in Chrome. Other applications require plug-ins like Java and Silverlight. While Chromebooks have Flash built-in, they do not support most plug-ins. To be sure that your applications will work, test them in the Chrome browser after disabling plug-ins.

4) Do you need access to any local devices (e.g. printers)? Chromebooks support a limited set of connected hardware: keyboards, monitors, and mice. Chromebooks do not support USB printers – all printing must be done using Google Cloud Print. Chromebooks do, however, support USB flash drives and a variety of memory cards.


Chromebook Checklist

1) Do you use Google Apps? If so, do you have GA+ and sync your passwords? Chromebooks use Google Apps or Gmail to authenticate users. Google Apps.

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