Put Your Head in the Cloud

With Chromebooks, Google invented a new type of laptop and took it to a higher altitude—into the cloud, in fact. Chromebooks are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, with most applications and documents living not on a hard drive, but in the cloud. Unlike other laptops that run Windows or macOS, Chromebooks run Chrome OS.

Now made by several manufacturers, Chromebooks are affordable, lightweight, and popular, especially in the education market. Families and businesses use them, too.

Managing them, however, is an entirely different beast. Several systems excel at tracking and managing Mac and Windows laptops. Chromebooks, on the other hand, are connected to Google’s infrastructure. Once you own a Chromebook, it relays information to a Google account, where Google sets rules for variables such as security and user access.

As an IT person, wouldn’t you like to know what these rules and policies are and be able to manage and change them as necessary? Now you can, with the integration between Oomnitza and Chromebooks.

Connect Oomnitza + Chromebook in minutes

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Once you’ve completed an easy integration, you can:

  • Obtain a full picture of all the organization’s Chromebooks, gaining system-level visibility into things like IP addresses, hard drive capacity, and who’s assigned to each machine.
  • Monitor the information Google has collected.
  • Check policies such as security and user access on a regular basis.
  • Manage Chromebooks as you would any other Thing in the organization.
  • Run corporate-wide reports to get a clear picture of the status and distribution of all your devices, including Chromebooks.
  • Set up asset management workflows and automation to save time.
  • Increase the integrity of information about all your devices.
  • Gain a clear view into end-of-life and warranty processes.
  • Increase security and minimize damage by spotting any anomalous behaviors.