Ericom – SearchVirtualDestkops.com
I have to admit, I’ve gotten caught up in the buzz around Google Chromebooks not once, but twice. Every so often, I get the bug to try one out to see if I can exist in a 100% Web space, but I’ve always concluded that the device isn’t appropriate as my “daily driver.”
Still, it’s hard to ignore the endorsements that others give Google Chromebooks. On the surface, they appear to be the perfect unmanaged device. There are no viruses, they update themselves, and with the ability to access remote Windows desktops and applications via HTML 5, they can even be thin clients. School systems are probably the loudest supporters that have anything close to an enterprise use, especially because the devices are so cheap, but what about more traditional enterprises?
Too much has to happen for enterprise-wide adoption.
Most conversation around this topic centers on management, price and performance, and applications. Let’s go through each area to look at the
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