Google Adds Chrome Support For Business Customers

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Google is adding phone and email support for its Chrome browser for Business, Education and Government Google Apps users. Customers can contact the company to receive support on Chrome installation, functionality, security, browser policy settings and Google Apps interoperability for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Google is also suggesting adopting a dual-browser strategy to companies using legacy apps that are not compatible with Chrome.

For Apps organizations running Windows, you can  download the Microsoft Installer version of Chrome and centrally configure and deploy it to your employees. If you support multiple operating systems, you download the Chrome client directly.

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