The pervasiveness of sophisticated web tools and services is rapidly transforming the way we work and live. Students immersed in collaborative tools such as G Suite are entering the workforce with cloud-centric workstyles. These cloud natives use an average of 22 different web applications to do their job and embrace always-connected, hassle-free experiences1. Businesses around the world are looking to empower cloud-centric workstyles while improving endpoint security and lowering the cost and complexity of endpoint management, especially for customer-facing frontline workers.
Recognizing that 80% of the expense of a PC occurs after purchase2, 4 out of 5 businesses are already exploring cloud-native clients like Chromebooks to free their organization from the management and support burdens of legacy IT3. HP is merging the simplicity, efficiency, and security of Chrome Enterprise with HP’s business-class devices and services, enabling businesses to modernize their endpoints with a cloud-first approach.
Today, HP is announcing a new portfolio of Chrome Enterprise products and services designed to help organizations capture the benefits of a modern OS. HP’s new portfolio includes the HP Chromebook Enterprise x360 14E G1, ideal for cloud natives, and the HP Chromebox Enterprise G2 and HP Chromebook Enterprise 14A G5, designed for frontline workers. Also, HP Device as a Service (DaaS) is further expanding its multi-OS support to include Chrome Enterprise devices. These new HP offerings enable organizations around the world to accelerate their adoption of cloud-first IT.