Chrome Kiosk — Just two weeks after initial product release, KioWare has an update that adds support for fully customizable HTML virtual keyboards. It also allows users to restrict interaction on a second monitor (so the second monitor in a set up can be used as only digital signage, with no ability to interact). There is another feature… Read More »
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Configure Chrome devices to power your customer or employee kiosks
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Google Chrome Interactive Features Editors Note – All of the most mature Browser Lockdown products for secure desktop use the Chrome Engine. This latest device integration by Google is significant. NFC (Near Field Communications) is a core technology used often in self-service kiosks. Browsers have become the viewports for all. Excerpt from TechRadar: Web browsers are developing and… Read More »
See Google blog entry Vidya Nagarajan SENIOR PRODUCT MANAGER CHROME DEVICES FOR BUSINESS Over time, we’ve continued to create new and better ways to use Chrome devices. What started out as a secure, quick and shareable consumer laptop built on the Chrome browser has expanded to digital signage, now used in thousands of Toyota showrooms, small computing sticks called… Read More »
The digital kiosk solution is now fully introduced to the market and is powered by Chrome OS and Chrome Enterprise. The solution brings together technology at the point of sale with an enhanced in-store communication capability and can provide personalized marketing messaging, sales kiosk functionality and store employee support.