For administrators who manage Chrome browser or ChromeOS devices for a business or school.
Chrome Enterprise Connectors Framework offers a collection of connectors and APIs that simplify the steps needed to integrate Chrome browser and ChromeOS with solution providers.
Integrations to extend ChromeOS functionality
Here, you will find a repository of connectors and APIs that will help extend the value of ChromeOS functionality to solution providers.
Implementing a zero trust strategy with security providers:
- Identity and access—Control who has access to which data and applications. Integrations available with providers such as Okta and Netskope.
- Endpoint management—Manage Chrome browser on Windows, Mac, or Linux computers, or on ChromeOS devices with UEM providers including BlackBerry, Samsung, and VMware.
Note: VMware currently allows for device management. Integration with the new Chrome Policy API is coming soon. For information, visit the Chrome Policy API page.
- Security insights and reporting—Get proactive reporting insights on security events to reduce the threat to your organization through integrations with security providers including Splunk, Crowdstrike (coming soon), and Palo Alto Networks (coming soon). For information, see Manage Chrome Enterprise reporting connectors.
Allowing users to be more productive:
- ChromeOS Desk—Configure desks designed with the critical apps that users need to be productive. For example, customer experience agents can have a desk for each customer interaction—organizing all the apps, windows, and tools that an agent needs within one neat box. When the interaction ends, agents can close the desk with one click, along with all its case-specific windows. Integrations to the ChromeOS desk connector are available with communications providers such as Dialpad, Edify, NICE, and RingCentral.
- Configure SAML single sign-on for ChromeOS devices
- Manage Chrome Enterprise reporting connectors
- Chrome Policy API
- Verified Access API
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