Addressing the issues of Chromebook filtering

Chromebooks from Google are a fantastic and cost-effective platform for learning that provides schools and teachers with great opportunities to add a digital aspect to classes. Their simplicity makes them easy to manage and lets the students stay focused on the task at hand.

In addition, the rich ecosystem of easy-to-use apps and websites provided by Google ensures ongoing benefits from these devices. Having a flexible web filtering solution is essential for getting the most out of this versatile educational tool.

ContentKeeper has been engineered to integrate seamlessly with Chromebooks in an educational context, maximizing their benefits and keeping the school network productive and protected from malware and viruses. ContentKeeper:

  • Provides seamless, reliable user identification for Chromebook users. 

  • Can be configured quickly and easily.

  • Provides protection and filtering both at school and at home.

  • Supports keyword blocking and reporting for HTTP and HTTPS.

  • Provides Granular control of encrypted Web 2.0 sites.

  • Provides Behavioral Alerts for district security and student safety.

  • Scales up to the largest school networks with ease.

For more than 20 years, ContentKeeper has delivered comprehensive, accessible web security solutions for global enterprises, educational institutions and government agencies. We enable our customers to protect their networks, users and data from cyber threats while embracing mobile technology, Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud-based services.

About the author: Mark Riley Co-Founded ContentKeeper Technologies Pty. Ltd. in 1997 and serves as its Chief Technology Officer. Mark has been named on a number of Internet Content Filtering Patents. He has accumulated more than 26 years experience in complex network design and software development with multinational organizations throughout Asia, Europe, North America and the UK. Mark's achievements have been recognized internationally by NetOps, Secure Computing Magazine (UK) and a range of media profiles.