Netpremacy Limited

Google Chrome Device Management License

Google Chrome web-based device management software, per device console SaaS license. With this offering, your admins can easily deploy and manage a fleet of Chrome devices (Chromebook/Chromebox/Chromebase) using the Google Chrome Management Console SaaS solution. The policies you set in the management console are automatically enforced on any enrolled devices.


  • Track your Chrome operating system devices
  • Assign devices to users and get configuration and usage reports
  • Pre-install and block apps
  • Blacklist, whitelist or pre-install apps, extensions and URLs
  • Apply policies, apps and settings to different groups of users
  • Control who uses your Chrome devices
  • Centrally configure network access - push network and proxy settings
  • Customise user features. Modify settings like bookmark and app sync
  • Apply over 200 policies remotely to your Chrome devices


  • License Chrome Management Console features through Netpremacy
  • Central management of all Chrome assets in your estate
  • Can also be used to deploy as digital signage component
  • Chrome devices can be used with virtual desktop deployments
  • Works with both Citrix and VMWare virtual desktop applications
  • Works with Microsoft Office 365 deployments
  • Works with G Suite deployments
  • Simple solution for library services providing cheap public internet access
  • Devices can operate in kiosk mode with £20 annual license


£31 per device per year

  • Education pricing available

Service documents

G-Cloud 9


Netpremacy Limited

Andrew Eden

0113 366 2008

Service scope

Service scope
Software add-on or extension No
Cloud deployment model Public cloud
Service constraints No
System requirements A modern web browser is required

User support

User support
Email or online ticketing support Email or online ticketing
Support response times Google will provide access to Google Help Center and phone support for customers on a 24 x 7 basis. Written P1 Priority support Requests are responded to with a target initial response time of one hour and are responded to 24 x 7. Written P2, P3, and P4 Priority support Requests submitted via Online Help Center or support portal are responded to with an initial target response time of 1 business day or less. All Priority support Requests received via phone will be responded to directly by Google Support Personnel as further stated at: Priorities are defined here:
User can manage status and priority of support tickets Yes
Online ticketing support accessibility WCAG 2.0 AA or EN 301 549
Phone support Yes
Phone support availability 24 hours, 7 days a week
Web chat support No
Onsite support Onsite support
Support levels Additional Netpremacy premium reseller support is available at additional cost and is listed separately under Cloud Support as an optional service.
Support available to third parties Yes

Onboarding and offboarding

Onboarding and offboarding
Getting started On boarding services are covered by procuring Netpremacy technical services assistance if and where required which are covered under optional Cloud Support services listings. Netpremacy provides onsite quick start services and online/remote quick start assistance for any Chrome device.
Service documentation Yes
Documentation formats
  • HTML
  • PDF
  • Other
Other documentation formats
  • Contextual training videos
  • Bespoke short training videos via the Netpremacy e:Learning Site
  • Google Docs
End-of-contract data extraction No data resides on a Chromebook, data is held within the specific cloud or web based service being run on the device.
End-of-contract process Access to the G Suite instance will be terminated and any account data will be removed from all Google systems within 180 business days.

Using the service

Using the service
Web browser interface Yes
Supported browsers
  • Internet Explorer 8
  • Internet Explorer 9
  • Internet Explorer 10+
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • Safari 9+
  • Opera
Application to install No
Designed for use on mobile devices Yes
Differences between the mobile and desktop service Chrome Management Console is available on mobile devices via the inbuilt web browser. There is no need for a mobile device application for this service.
Accessibility standards WCAG 2.0 AAA
Accessibility testing A guiding principle at Google is to focus on the user. We've developed active partnerships with advocacy groups and people with disabilities for their input and feedback. Our Accessibility team is a diverse group of people who serve as accessibility consultants within Google and develop the accessibility frameworks that product teams build upon. We hope to have a positive impact on the current state of accessibility on the web, and to continue to serve all of our users.
Customisation available No


Independence of resources Google's systems are powered by a massively scaleable infrastructure which already services more than 1 Billion users. The addition of any practicable number of users has a very low impact.


Service usage metrics Yes
Metrics types The Account activity report page gives access to all data from the User account status, Admin status, and 2-Step Verification enrolment reports. It also shows details of Google Drive and Gmail usage. Further information can be found here:
Reporting types
  • API access
  • Real-time dashboards


Supplier type Reseller providing extra features and support
Organisation whose services are being resold Google

Staff security

Staff security
Staff security clearance Other security clearance
Government security clearance Up to Security Clearance (SC)

Asset protection

Asset protection
Knowledge of data storage and processing locations Yes
Data storage and processing locations EU-US Privacy Shield agreement locations
User control over data storage and processing locations No
Datacentre security standards Complies with a recognised standard (for example CSA CCM version 3.0)
Penetration testing frequency At least every 6 months
Penetration testing approach In-house
Protecting data at rest
  • Physical access control, complying with CSA CCM v3.0
  • Physical access control, complying with SSAE-16 / ISAE 3402
  • Physical access control, complying with another standard
  • Encryption of all physical media
  • Scale, obfuscating techniques, or data storage sharding
  • Other
Other data at rest protection approach Data is encrypted at rest using AES encryption, data sharding and key rotation. Physical access control is also compliant with SSAE-16
Data sanitisation process Yes
Data sanitisation type Explicit overwriting of storage before reallocation
Equipment disposal approach In-house destruction process

Data importing and exporting

Data importing and exporting
Data export approach Not applicable to this service.
Data export formats Other
Other data export formats Data export is not applicable to this service.
Data import formats CSV

Data-in-transit protection

Data-in-transit protection
Data protection between buyer and supplier networks TLS (version 1.2 or above)
Data protection within supplier network TLS (version 1.2 or above)

Availability and resilience

Availability and resilience
Guaranteed availability Contractually Google's Service Level is guaranteed to 99.9% availability for any calendar month and backed with service credits. Definitions and service credits are described at
Approach to resilience All data is redundantly stored across a minimum of 3 data centres, and all services are designed to leverage the redundant data centre infrastructure powering Google services.
Outage reporting Google provides customer alerts and a public uptime dashboard here: The dashboard advises across the G Suite services on degradation or downtime.

Identity and authentication

Identity and authentication
User authentication needed Yes
User authentication
  • 2-factor authentication
  • Identity federation with existing provider (for example Google Apps)
  • Username or password
Access restrictions in management interfaces and support channels Depending on administrator preference, users can be signed in via a federated identity service, including AD or use G Suite as their identity backend. 2 Factor authentication is supported and can be enforced. Administrative access privileges are granted separately to individual users.
Access restriction testing frequency At least every 6 months
Management access authentication
  • 2-factor authentication
  • Identity federation with existing provider (for example Google Apps)
  • Username or password

Audit information for users

Audit information for users
Access to user activity audit information Users have access to real-time audit information
How long user audit data is stored for Between 1 month and 6 months
Access to supplier activity audit information Users have access to real-time audit information
How long supplier audit data is stored for Between 1 month and 6 months
How long system logs are stored for Between 1 month and 6 months

Standards and certifications

Standards and certifications
ISO/IEC 27001 certification Yes
Who accredited the ISO/IEC 27001 Ernst & Young
ISO/IEC 27001 accreditation date 15/04/2015
What the ISO/IEC 27001 doesn’t cover Any service not listed on the ISO certificate is not covered.
ISO 28000:2007 certification No
CSA STAR certification Yes
CSA STAR accreditation date 31/01/2017
CSA STAR certification level Level 1: CSA STAR Self-Assessment
What the CSA STAR doesn’t cover N/A
PCI certification No
Other security accreditations Yes
Any other security accreditations
  • Ferpa

Security governance

Security governance
Named board-level person responsible for service security Yes
Security governance accreditation Yes
Security governance standards ISO/IEC 27001
Information security policies and processes Our customers and regulators expect independent verification of security, privacy and compliance controls. Google undergoes several independent third party audits on a regular basis to provide this assurance. This means that an independent auditor has examined the controls present in our data centers, infrastructure and operations.

GSuite and Google infrastructure is certified for a growing number of compliance standards and controls, and undergoes several independent third party audits to test for data safety, privacy, and security

Operational security

Operational security
Configuration and change management standard Conforms to a recognised standard, for example CSA CCM v3.0 or SSAE-16 / ISAE 3402
Configuration and change management approach In Google production environments, software updates are manually vetted to ensure the stability of the system. Changes are then tested and cautiously rolled out to systems. The details vary somewhat depending on the service being considered, but all development work is separated from the operation systems, testing occurs in a multi-staged fashion in both environments and in dedicated test settings. Google can share, under NDA, the SOC2 audit report (based on standards from the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board), which describes the change management process. Additionally, changes to code go through a process of code review involving additional engineer(s).
Vulnerability management type Conforms to a recognised standard, for example CSA CCM v3.0 or SSAE-16 / ISAE 3402
Vulnerability management approach Google administrates a vulnerability management process that actively scans for security threats using a combination of commercially available and purpose-built tools, intensive automated/manual penetration efforts, quality assurance processes, software security reviews and external audits. The vulnerability management team is responsible for tracking and following up on vulnerabilities. Once a vulnerability requiring remediation has been identified, it is logged, prioritized according to severity, and assigned an owner. The vulnerability management team tracks such issues and follows up frequently until they can verify that the issues have been remediated. Google also maintains relationships and interfaces with members of the security research community.
Protective monitoring type Supplier-defined controls
Protective monitoring approach Focused on information gathered from network traffic, employee actions on systems and outside knowledge of vulnerabilities. Traffic is inspected at many points for suspicious behaviour. Analysis is performed using open-source and commercial tools for traffic capture and parsing, supported by a correlation system built on top of Google technology. Analysis is supplemented by examining system logs for unusual behaviour, such as attempted access of customer data. Security engineers place standing alerts on public data repositories to look for security incidents that might affect company infrastructure. They actively review inbound security reports and monitor public mailing lists, blog posts, and wikis.
Incident management type Supplier-defined controls
Incident management approach If an incident occurs, the security team logs and prioritises it according to severity. Events directly impacting customers are assigned the highest priority. This process specifies courses of action, procedures for notification, escalation, mitigation, and documentation. Google’s incident management program is structured around NIST guidance on handling incidents. Key staff are trained in forensics and handling evidence in preparation for an event, including the use of third-party and proprietary tools. Testing of incident response plans is performed for key areas, such as systems that store sensitive customer information. Tests consider a variety of scenarios, including insider threats and software vulnerabilities.

Secure development

Secure development
Approach to secure software development best practice Supplier-defined process

Public sector networks

Public sector networks
Connection to public sector networks Yes
Connected networks Public Services Network (PSN)


Price £31 per device per year
Discount for educational organisations Yes
Free trial available No


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