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12-May-2011  
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A computer Relevant Products/Services that's all about the browser. That's Google Relevant Products/Services's newest vision for enterprises as it unveiled this week two new Chromebooks that will soon be on the market.

The machines were shown at the Google I/O developers conference Relevant Products/Services, currently taking place in San Francisco. Samsung and Acer are each releasing a model next month based on Google's cloud Relevant Products/Services-oriented Chrome operating system.

Boot Time, Updates, Security

Google pointed out that Chromebooks can boot "in eight seconds and resume instantly," are always connected via Wi-Fi and 3G, and provide the same experience regardless of which Chromebook you use. This is because all apps Relevant Products/Services, documents and settings are stored in the cloud.

The company said other advantages include automatic updates, and "the first consumer operating system designed from the ground up to defend against the ongoing threat of malware and viruses."

At the conference, Senior Vice President of Chrome Sundar Pichai called the operating system "a new model of computing that I don't think was possible previously, even a few years ago." That model means forgetting about storing files or apps on your computer, since everything is in the cloud.

Google sees a key market for Chromebooks in businesses that emphasize managed Relevant Products/Services computing. Beginning June 15, when the models will be sold in the U.S. and several European countries, businesses can rent Chromebooks for $28 per user per month. This includes the computer, administration over the web, enterprise Relevant Products/Services support Relevant Products/Services, warranty and hardware Relevant Products/Services replacement when the subscription is up.
 
 
 
Source: Barry Levine: www.toptechnews.com
 
 

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