Chromebooks have always been superb for accessing 100% web applications like Google Apps; however, some users felt limited because they were unable to access Windows-based and other key legacy applications necessary for their work. SADA recognized that by solving this particular issue, it could pave the way for widespread Chromebooks adoption for enterprises of all sizes and academic institutions — K12 and higher ed. With this vision in mind and a passion for helping its customers achieve their goals, SADA conducted a wide-ranging evaluation and testing program to develop the best solution to this issue. After months of diligent work, SADA is launching its solution which provides Chromebooks users with unfettered universal access to all applications they can access from their desktops or traditional Windows-based notebooks.
When coupled with Google Apps for Enterprises, Chromebooks with SADA’s solution for web-enabling non-web applications make an extremely powerful computing solution. Google Apps provide users with a state-of-the-art messaging and collaboration platform, and Chromebooks provide users with instantaneous anywhere access to the web. Google Apps is also required to enable the Chromebooks cloud-based management console, which makes managing users and devices so straightforward, easy, and hassle-free.
SADA can help customers become web ready with Chromebooks by web-enabling Windows, desktop, and legacy apps, and helping clients place direct orders with Google (either online or rep-assisted).
For more information on Chromebooks, go to SADA’s Chromebooks web page.