Considering Chromebooks? Get an insider’s peek at the latest Chrome OS capabilities

Guest blog post by Sheilan Lothian, Director B2B Messaging & Enablement at Corel.

The transition to cloud-based working was already well underway when the COVID-19 pandemic kicked it into high gear.   

Earlier this year, Google and Parallels partnered to support and streamline this transition with Parallels® Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise, the world’s first software to run Windows directly on a Chrome Enterprise device.   

For companies and schools looking to leverage the affordability, flexibility, and security of Chrome OS devices in the “new normal” of remote work and learning, this groundbreaking solution eliminates a major roadblock. It enables users to access the familiar full-featured Windows toolsets they need to be productive wherever they are, including Microsoft Office and proprietary applications, while giving IT a high level of control and peace of mind.   

In addition to Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise, Google has recently launched a host of other Chrome OS solutions to help organizations equip and empower distributed workforces, including:  

All these new solutions, as well as Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise, will be on display during Google’s Chrome OS Demo Day virtual event, taking place Thursday, December 3 at 10:30 CT. If you’re thinking about shifting to Chromebooks or expanding the fleet you have, this is a great opportunity to evaluate the latest and greatest Chrome OS capabilities.  

Register for Chrome OS Demo Day now and take a tour of solutions that will help ensure your organization thrives in the new work reality. We’ll see you there!