To make it easier to configure apps and extension permissions, we’ve introduced group-based policies for new and existing Google groups. Now, if you need to install an app for a specific set of users you can simply add them to a group instead of moving them into a new organizational unit.
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Here’s how it could play out: imagine people distributed across different teams, in different organizational units, who need to collaborate on the design of a new app. Instead of having to try to shuffle everyone into a new organizational unit, now you can easily create a new group and ensure that the right people get access to the app.
Group-based policies reduce the time and effort involved in configuring apps and extensions and help to avoid the forced install of apps to entire organizational units – saving valuable disk space and network bandwidth.
The ChromeOS Administrator exam was a perfect opportunity to confirm my skills and knowledge. The exam was highly precise in covering the scope of activities and knowledge required to support my clients and services. I am looking forward to using this certification to reassure my clients on my capacity to deliver a secure and robust Chrome OS environment,
Alan Muntadas, President of Digital Salamander, Professional ChromeOS Administrator
By: Leah Coleman (Global Head of Partner Training and Enablement, ChromeOS)
Source: Google Cloud Blog
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