Tag: chrome

Google Chrome ‘Not Secure’ Warning

Is your website secured? It may be time to check…… The upcoming Google Chrome update due for release in July will begin to display a warning that non HTTPS sites (unsecured HTTP sites without a valid SSL certificate) are ‘not secure’ (notice our nifty green padlock in the URL bar, if your website is lacking […]

June 22, 2018 Blog News

Neverware Switch on Service

Neverware’s CloudReady solution enables legacy devices to run on Chrome O/S. For establishments with limited budget, or a large amount of older devices that require a faster, smoother user experience. CloudReady is an incredibly cost effective method of squeezing extra life and performance from your entire fleet of mobile devices. You can read more about […]

May 30, 2018 News

New G Suite Services

  G Suite is a monster. Currently taking the world by storm, utilising lower cost hardware (in the form of Chromebooks and Chromeboxes) G Suite is improving productivity, reducing repetitive workloads and improving student outcomes at hundreds of thousands of learning establishments. Our journey with all things G Suite began way back in 2015, since […]

May 21, 2018 Blog News

Google Apps Is Now G Suite

Google announced today the new name for Google Apps – G Suite. Here’s how the changes will take shape: Google For Work is now Google Cloud Google Apps for Work –  now called G Suite Google Apps for Education is G Suite for Education The changes are in name only, the applications remain the same, […]

September 30, 2016 News

Google brings Android Play Store to Chrome

Google recently announced excellent news for users of Android and Chrome. The Android app store, Play, will soon be arriving to Chrome OS, this means that Chromebooks will soon be able to run the majority of the 1.5 million+ Android apps currently in existence. The news brings a lot more functionality to Chromebooks. Users will be able to […]

June 9, 2016 News

Ruckus + Chrome: Whitepaper- Raising a Ruckus in the Google Classroom

Ruckus Wireless and Google Chromebooks take pride of place as two of Haptic Networks’ strongest offerings. Ruckus, having proven itself as the industry leading WiFi solution when connectivity and reliability are important have released an interesting white paper detailing the benefits of their system for organisations utilising Google Chromebooks. A few years ago, Chromebooks were […]

December 21, 2015 Blog News

Chromebook Keyboard Shortcuts – a Quick Reference Guide

Earlier this year Haptic announced 0ur partnership with Google, since then we have been helping lots of UK Schools and Colleges make the most of Chromebook devices and the huge benefits they bring. Using the device itself is always the first point of focus, with that in mind here are some extremely helpful shortcuts. Tabs […]

November 24, 2015 Blog News

Chrome VS Microsoft: Battle of the Century?

Chrome VS Microsoft? In the Red Corner….the Mammoth Machine, Microsoft In the Blue Corner…..the Calculating Kraken, Chrome AAAA LLLLLETS GET READY TO RUUUUUMMMBLE!!! Or not, as it so happens. Having (for donkeys years) watched Microsoft practically dominate technology, it seemed as if the Klitschko-esque Windows and MS Office faced no conceivable threat. As the more […]

August 25, 2015 Blog News

Content Consumption VS Content Creation: The Battle of the Devices

Haptic Networks recently announced that we are now one of a small handful of Google partners in the UK. Recent independent study has highlighted that Chromebooks have become the fastest selling mobile device in the U.S and we have been busy discussing their benefits to clients in the UK market. Regular feedback we hear from […]

August 21, 2015 Blog News