How to use Google’s Chrome OS for enterprise security

In the first quarter of 2016, Google’s Android operating system was used by more than 100 million businesses worldwide, according to a new report by Symantec.

While Google is currently the only Android OEM that uses Chrome OS as its platform, the technology has had success in enterprise.

Symantech has previously noted that the open source version of Google’s OS has been widely adopted in the security world, including in the US, where it is used by the US National Security Agency and other federal agencies.

However, the company has said that it is also working on Chrome OS, and that the new OS has the potential to revolutionize security on devices and in software.

Google Chrome OS is designed to run on ARM, a low-power ARM processor, and is powered by the Android open source operating system, or APL, according a report from Symantek.

Google says that it was the result of a partnership with the ARM Alliance.

The Android Open Source Project (AOSP), which has been adopted by the likes of Apple and Microsoft, was founded by Google in 2008, and Google has since maintained a strong presence in the open-source world.

According to the report, the AOSP is also being used in several other countries, including Russia and China.

Google has been the subject of controversy in the past due to a number of security flaws, such as the so-called Heartbleed bug, which exposed the private key of more than 20 million Android devices.