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What can go wrong with a laptop? It can be lost, dropped, the hard drive can crash, screens fail and much more. Chromebooks provide a way to use “cloud” technology to deal with laptop problems, especially the loss of data. The price is that a Chromebook needs Internet access provided by a wireless carrier or WiFi connection to be useful.
Thinking about a netbook for portability? If you’re planning to use it mostly for web access, you’re a good candidate for a Chromebook. Using online solutions such as Google Apps instead of local applications, your data is kept online.Check out this link here. These solutions are called “Software as a Service” (SaaS) and are becoming the norm for many large companies. Since your Chromebook is just a well-designed web terminal, you can easily use any computer with web access to pick up where you left off, data intact and secure.
Why not use a laptop in the same way? Simpler Chromebook hardware tends to be more reliable, so the Chromebook has a real edge there. When you need to use it boot time is about as long as a good sneeze and the software and keyboard are designed specifically for agile web browser use.