• Sam Chung

What is Chrome Education Upgrade, and How Will It Benefit Schools?


Chrome Education Upgrade is a suite of tools that enables schools to manage Chrome devices more efficiently, streamline student workflow, and simplify management processes.

Chrome Education is the extended version of Chrome OS that offers advanced management and security features for schools. As a managed device environment, Chrome OS provides administrators with control over the entire device lifecycle. Administrators can manage device settings, apps, extensions, and policies, and they can also remotely manage and support devices in a managed device environment.

A Chrome Education license lets you benefit from the added functionality of the managed device environment while still accessing the familiar and intuitive Chrome OS experience.

How does the Chrome Education Upgrade benefit schools?

The Chrome Education Upgrade license allows schools to take full advantage of Chrome Education's features. Over 20 top features are available to manage your Chromebooks with policies for students, faculty, and staff members.

You can request a marketing material that highlights Chrome's top features. Click here to get one.

Google Chrome Education Upgrade Presentation

How to enable the Chrome Education Upgrade for your school

To get access to the Chrome Education Upgrade, you first need to verify that your organization is an eligible school. Further, you would need to provide the domain name of your school and a copy of your education certificate. You can also request a free trial through an authorized Google Chrome partner.

Conclusion

As a school administrator, you’ll be able to take advantage of a number of benefits that come with the Chrome Education Upgrade. These include: Managed device environment. Administering Chrome devices as a managed device environment allows you to manage and support devices more easily. Enhanced security. Chrome Education comes with built-in security features that help protect devices against malware, viruses, and other malicious threats.

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