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Google pushes Chrome to boost business adoption

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Pentagon Post: Google is working to increase Chrome browser use for businesses.

The different upgrades were released on April 16th in a post on Google Chrome blog made by Cyrus Mistry, the senior product manager for Chrome for business and education. He stated that despite the fact that people happily used Google Chrome for their daily work and connection to friends and news over the internet, the choice of the browser inside a business organization was largely decided by an IT team.

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