Google today announced updates in Chrome OS that will help businesses who use utilise kiosks and digital signage to drive revenue growth and amplify customer experiences through newly integrated solutions.
In summary they say: –
- A Kiosk & Signage Upgrade license for an end-to-end integrated solution for kiosks and digital signage: whether you are deploying menu boards, check-in kiosks, digital signs, or anything in between, IT admins can reduce maintenance through automatic updates, ensure system security by blocking executables (we are told that Chrome OS has never had a reported ransomware attack or virus), monitor and manage devices remotely, and deploy validated kiosk solutions.
- Partnership with nine verified kiosk and digital signage partners such as Trison, Appspace, Signagelive, Upshow, and more.
- The ability to deploy the kiosk solutions on existing hardware by first using Chrome OS Flex (currently in early access), a version of Chrome OS that can be installed on existing Windows and Mac hardware.
To learn more, you can tune into the Chrome Enterprise Demo Day to hear more about how Chrome OS and their partners offer a modern kiosk & signage solution.