Create an organizational structure to:
- Control which applications and services are available to users.
- Configure the available services differently for different sets of users.
- Configure different Chrome OS device settings for different sets of devices.
For example, suppose you want to restrict access to Google Talk for most users, but want to turn it on for users in the Support group. You would create a Support organizational unit containing the users from Support and turn on Chat for that organizational unit. You turn Talk off for all other parts of the organization.
Similarly, if the Chrome devices in your Asian offices need different Chrome configuration options than devices in other locales, you would create an Asian organizational unit and configure distinct Chrome OS device settings for it.
The organizational structure you define in Google may not be the same as your corporate organizational structure.
The Google Admin console has a single organizational hierarchy for both users and devices. Each user and device belongs to one organizational unit and inherits the configuration settings associated with that organizational unit. To create a special configuration for a single user or device, create an organizational unit that includes just that user or device.