10 ways Chrome Management Console is beneficial for your Chromebook management

Google Chromebooks are gaining traction for use in schools. Google licences with online Management Console for Chromebooks as add-ons to Google Apps for Work and Google Apps for Education management console have created great value for device control. The web-based management console makes it easy to setup and control a vast number of devices and users.

Control settings allow management of WiFi passwords, VPN networks, and pre-installed Chrome apps and extensions. Administrators can apply these settings and desired applications for their entire organization or to specific organizational units.

Here are 10 reasons why Chrome Management Console (CMC) is essential for your organization to effectively manage Chromebooks.

1. Setup Device Settings with Chrome Management Console
It only takes one administrator to quickly setup a number of Chromebooks all from the Chrome Management Console and just seconds for users to login to their Google account to begin using the web!

2. Pre-install and block apps
The Management Console allows the administrator of Chromebooks to pre-install apps and extensions and even blacklist or whitelist specific apps, extensions and URLs. Chromebooks can be loaded with helpful apps and extensions for its intended users and block any websites that may be unwanted during user-browsing.

3. Control User Access
This feature gives the administrator complete control over who uses the organization’s Chrome devices. Outside users can be prevented from logging onto the devices by disabling the Guest Mode feature, or even by designating specific users in your organization to be authorized to use a Chromebook.

4. Create User Groups
With the User Groups feature, different policies, pre-installed apps, and settings can be applied to different sets of users. This ensures Chromebooks are customizable for its intended group of users.

5. Configure Network Access
Setup Chromebooks’ network and security settings to securely connect your users in the Management Console. Setting up network and proxy settings makes it easy for users to connect to the web and be protected by web filters and firewalls when operating devices.

6. Customize User Features
This feature allows you to customize Chromebooks for different users with settings such as bookmarks and app sync, and even brand your devices with custom Chrome themes.

7. Many use cases beyond ordinary Business and School use
You can create a kiosk app for a single function, e.g. having customer fill out a credit application, fill out a survey in a store, or student registration information. Also, they can be used for digital signage displays. Public Session kiosks can be set up for locations, e.g. employee break room, store displays, or as a shared device in a library, where login is not needed to use the Chrome device.

8. Perpetual license
This license makes it yours forever. It is not a subscription. The price is $30 for education, $150 for commercial per device.  Also, the license is transferrable so if you need to replace old Chromebooks with new ones, you can transfer the Chrome license to new devices.

9. Everything is stored in the cloud
CMC is fully integrated into the Chromebooks. Devices can be assigned to users and the administrator can get configuration and usage reports. No hard drive or RAM required, making Chromebooks light and portable with all your data neatly stored in your Google Drive.

10. 24/7 Support Included
You can contact Google for Work Support to report a Chrome Device Management issue using the Google for Work Support Center. If you do not already have an Google for Work Support Center account, please contact your company IT administrator and have them enable access to the Support Center.

The Chrome Management Console is highly valuable for device control for schools and companies. Instructors and employers can pre-install apps and extensions allowing customization for intended users with the ability to control and disable unwanted web browsing. Chromebooks’ portability and reliability makes it convenient device for students and employees while ensuring administrators the security of management and device control. Benefit with Chromebooks for your organization today!


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Killer ID update - Login page customization with Theme and Custom domain addresses

Netkiller's ‘Killer ID’, a Google Apps integrated Single Sign On (SSO) service, has been upgraded with new features such as SSL encryptions with custom domain addresses, page design theme customization, and password expiration policy.

Simpler login address supported by SSL encryption



With Killer ID, you can login to Google services with a customized login page specialized for your domain. For instance, users from Mycompany.co.kr can use KillerID SSO-integrated login to login from https://login.mycompany.co.kr, all while being secured with SSL transmission encryption.


Previously, KillerID had longer weblink addresses such as https://id.netkiller.com/a/mycompany.co.kr

Now, KillerID offers more simplified login weblink specialized for your domain.


With the upgrade and new domain address, where you are logging in is simple, straightforward, and safe from phishing attempts. For this customizable Single Sign On service, please contact Netkiller Support!

Login page theme customization



Previous versions of KillerID had limited customizable options such as inserting a company logo.


With the newly released theme customization feature for the login page, you can choose from design codes and themes with multiple colors, allowing you to tailor your KillerID login page to your corporate identity.


Webpage colors and greeting messages are also customizable by administrators.


Moreover, different domains can login from same login page, in case of subsidiaries or affiliates.



Password expiration policy


Password expiration policy can be implemented to notify/enforce password change every interval (for instances, 30 days).


  1. Access Company tab from Killer ID admin console
  2. Scroll down to Password Rule Setting section
  3. Enter password expiration interval in Enter The Days
  4. Enable Password Change Rule Setting.

With this update, we were also able to stabilize KillerID’s Two-Factor Authentication and FIDO security. For more information, please refer to: User Guide



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