From an IT administrator prospective, do you want to complicate things further by having to now support Chromebooks [with its own set of applications] on top of smartphones and what you already have to support [whether Windows, Mac, etc.]?
Can you [as an IT administrator] actually control the Chromebooks such that Bob in accounting doesn't tinker with network settings or Ruth in marketing doesn't install something she should have?
It's one thing if it is a 5 user company but gets tough for a 500 user company.
I've heard plenty of groans from IT administrators every time they have to add support to another type of device.
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