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The Chrome OS Beta Channel has been updated with a new version of Flash as well as some stability fixes.
Here is a look at how Chrome’s autoupdate works while keeping the file size of the update so small.
Are the Chromebooks just a conduit for Google to sell its Google Apps productivity suite?
Google business profiles appear to be in the works behind the scenes in development.
Is Microsoft’s desktop business model a viable opportunity anymore?
There is a lot of potential for the use of Chromebooks in the workplace. Although the criticism is that Google’s subscription plan is too expensive for a three year plan per user, it seems that being able to deploy Chrome OS for very little upfront cost would be enticing. Add in the fact that the pricing includes a warranty, support and lifecycle replacement after three years and it seems there would be a lot of businesses that could be good candidates for Chromebooks. Remember, owning a traditional PC today is more like buying a car – there are a lot of hidden fees associated with ownership. Why not lease the hardware in an attempt to lower your overall cost?
Do you think Chromebooks for Business and Education is a good idea?