Google makes Chromebox for Meetings more business-friendly


Story by Mark Hachman | PC World

In a sign that its Chromebox for Meetings videoconferencing solution is alive and well, Google unveiled a boatload of new features and capabilities, all designed at luring businesses to its Google Apps platform.

Google said Tuesday that it would bring its Hangouts videoconferencing service underneath its Service Level Agreement, putting it on a par with its Google Apps like Gmail, Docs, and Drive. And in recognition that Google+ doesn’t enjoy the same status as it once did, Hangouts can be connected to Google accounts that haven’t signed up for the social networking service.

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