Chrome Service options

For administrators who manage ChromeOS devices for a business, school, or non-profit.

Services governed by the Chrome Online Agreement

Each of the following services allows you to configure settings and enforce policies for ChromeOS devices. You can control user access, customize features, configure network access, and more. Choose what’s right for your organization:

Services governed by the Chrome Browser Cloud Management License Agreement

Chrome Browser Cloud Management allows you to view reports about the use of Chrome browser on enrolled devices. You can also sort devices into organizational units, manage extensions, and set policies across enrolled devices in the Google Admin console. Chrome Browser Cloud Management is not an Audited Service under the Data Processing Amendment to Chrome Agreements.

Services governed by the ChromeOS data processor mode terms

Switching to ChromeOS data processor mode means Google will primarily handle personal data from Essential Services as a data processor under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Data processor mode gives customers more control and transparency over how their end users' personal data is processed by Google. ChromeOS data processor mode is not an Audited Service under the Data Processing Amendment to Chrome Agreements.

In which countries are these Chrome Services available?

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