Acer introduces six new Acer Chrome Enterprise devices

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Acer today announced the introduction of six new Acer Chrome Enterprise devices to its portfolio that have been specifically engineered to meet the needs of enterprises and will be available to customers in the region.

Thanks to Chrome OS’s quick boot-up, silent automatic updates, multi-layer security, and Artificial Intelligence enhancements, users are empowered to work faster and smarter.

Built for the cloud, these Chrome Enterprise devices combine the end user benefits of Chrome devices with the business capabilities of Chrome OS, helping IT departments power their cloud workforces to perform securely and effectively from anywhere.

Currently available for enterprise:
●Acer Chromebook Enterprise 13 – combining a 3:2 QHD display with an all-round aluminum chassis.
●Acer Chromebook Enterprise Spin 13 – a 3:2 display for full QHD visibility, in a convertible form factor with an embedded pen for maximum user experience.
●Acer Chromebook Enterprise 714 – delivers industry-leading battery life of up to 12 productive hours within a full metal chassis with narrow display bezels and with optional fingerprint reader.
●Acer Chromebook Enterprise 715 – the first with a dedicated numeric keypad for number-intensive applications, giving cloud workers an efficient way to input data.
●Acer Chromebox Enterprise CXI3 – a media player especially designed for high definition graphics.
●Acer Chromebase Enterprise 24I2 – an all-in-one device ideal as a video conferencing system as well as a self-service tool placed in store fronts, in-store kiosks, hotel lobbies, supermarkets, and other businesses with customer facing scenarios.

Chrome Enterprise provides cloud-native security for all kinds of businesses. Employees and enterprises using Chrome devices are protected in case hardware is lost or stolen IT can easily disable the device, preventing potential bad actors from accessing corporate data. Devices can also be set as ephemeral, so that a user’s data is removed from the device at the end of their session.

Chrome Enterprise provides IT with access to device policies and fleet control capabilities, all from the easy-to-use, cloud-based Google Admin console or third party UEM (Unified End Management) solution.

Chromebook Enterprise devices provide flexible access to corporate data, regardless of use case. Integrate with Active Directory and SAML SSO providers or enable shared device use cases with managed guest sessions or kiosk mode.

Administrators have access to Chrome OS troubleshooting assistance. With 24/7 IT admin support, administrators can call Google if any issues come up, at no additional cost.

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