Acer on Thursday introduced its Chrome Enterprise portfolio, which includes six PC models, one of the broadest in the industry. Acer’s Chrome Enterprise family includes laptops, convertibles, and desktops, all supporting security, management, and deployment features required by businesses. Acer's Chrome Enterprise computers are equipped with Google’s H1 secure microcontroller that enables verified boot, multi-layer security capabilities, battery cutoff, guaranteed reset, and closed case debugging. Meanwhile, Chrome Enterprise-powered machines also feature antivirus protection, sandboxing, guaranteed updates, and remote management/fleet control capabilities (via Google Admin) among other things. Besides, Google provides a 24/7 IT admit support for administrators of Chrome Enterprise computers. At this time, Acer is not disclosing the exact specifications of its business-grade Chrome PCs, and instead has only detailed their key features and designs...
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