If they use google apps, perfect. They can take docs offline.

VPN clients like Cisco Anynet now work.

Mocha or other 5250 if needed.

Chrome, of course any web site.

I like mine which I bought a few years ago, however quite honestly if you are going to spend $600-1000 on one, you might as well get a Windows or Macbook laptop.

Depends on their technical needs.

I got a cheapie for $229 from Acer.

Regards,


Richard Schoen
Director of Document Management
e. richard.schoen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
p. 952.486.6802
w. helpsystems.com

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message: 1
date: Thu, 5 Apr 2018 11:29:55 -0400
from: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [PCTECH] Chromebooks

All,

Thinking of using Chromebooks for our outside sales reps and I know little or nothing about them.

Our company uses google apps (not ms office). Our outside reps do virtually everything inside the Chrome browser so a Chromebook *seems* like a good fit. A few use 5250 screens as well but I believe that is also available.

How about printing?

Do any of you use Chromebooks at you company? Or personally? Issues

Thanks for any insight.



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