What is a ChromeBook?
If you are looking for a back to school device you have likely heard of “Chromebooks”. Despite their growing popularity many people are still unfamiliar with what the differences are between a ChromeBook and a traditional laptop. In their simplest form Chromebooks are the first true “cloud inspired” piece of hardware that has been designed in the computing world. But what does that mean? Chromebooks don’t use a traditional operating system like Windows or Mac OSX, in fact, the operating system in use on a ChromeBook will be similar to anyone who uses the Chrome web browser. This similarity stems from the fact that ChromeBooks really are nothing more than the Chrome web browser running directly on a laptop.
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Good physical security of IT assets and records is a prerequisite to good cyber-security. Data can be stolen or otherwise be made unavailable through physical theft of servers, computers or backup devices and media; it’s not all about Internet hackers. Thus, when we perform a Cyber Security Assessment, many of the 130 mandated criteria of PIPA and FOIP legislation focus on the physical security of records. This encompasses secure access to server and record storage rooms, external building access and control, locked offices and desks, and locked filing cabinets.