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"The decision to move to Google Chromebooks for a large-scale enterprise has clear potential benefits, particularly in terms of cost. More importantly, this type of shift opens up an opportunity to redefine the IT environments to deliver a different type of user-centric IT," said Philip Carter, VP of Enterprise Infrastructure and Software research at IDC Europe. "However, IT professionals need to ensure that they deal with end-user change management, potential security challenges, device concerns, the underlying infrastructure, and the application landscape implications in order to make this type of project truly successful."
European Channels and Alliances , European Datacenter Architectures , European Digital Transformation Strategies , European Enterprise Applications , European Next-Generation Security , European Social Business and Collaboration Solutions , European Storage Technologies and Strategies
Android, Desktop virtualization, Information protection and control, Media tablets, Messaging security, Notebook PC, Operating systems and subsystems, Public cloud services, Serial ATA drive, Social networking, Storage systems, Virtualized client computing, Wireless LAN infrastructure, iPad