In our most recent release, Netskope has added support for the Chrome Operating System. With the ability to secure cloud application access from Google’s ultra-lightweight end point, Netskope is further meeting customer demand and extending our best of breed controls to a wider range of devices.
This release extends our unique, all-mode deployment architecture to support real-time steering of traffic to devices running ChromeOS. By combining Netskope policies and Google’s native Device Management capabilities, security practitioners can now safely enable their Chromebook users, regardless of location or network.
With native controls to disable local storage and Netskope’s granular security policies, an enterprise can now adopt Chrome devices without worrying about data exfiltration, and with full visibility into how users are interacting with those critical assets in the cloud.
By remaining responsive to our customer needs, Netskope has been able to extend Cloud XD, and will soon add Netskope for Web support to Chrome. This further enables our customers and organizations planning a Chromebook migration to do so with confidence.
Check out the video below, where we share how email invitation enables Netskope on a Chromebook in minutes:
If you are an existing customer, please refer to the release notes for additional info about the latest feature releases. Anyone reading this can also contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about Netskope’s Chromebook support.