When the pandemic hit, many organizations responded to mandatory office closures and employee relocation by outfitting those who used desktop computers “on the network” with laptops and Chromebooks. The latter’s shipments have more than doubled year-over-year, and now many of these Chromebooks are returning to the office. The challenge is how to make them fit in with a Zero Trust model that assumes all users and devices are untrustworthy and must be authenticated.
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