Compare Google Chrome Enterprise vs. Windows Server

Google Chrome Enterprise is ranked 10th in Operating Systems (OS) for Business while Windows Server is ranked 7th in Operating Systems (OS) for Business with 2 reviews. Google Chrome Enterprise is rated 0, while Windows Server is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Windows Server writes "Replacing our physical servers provides HA and is less prone to hardware failure". Google Chrome Enterprise is most compared with Windows 10, whereas Windows Server is most compared with Red Hat Linux (RHEL), CentOS, Windows 10, Ubuntu Linux and Oracle Linux.
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Google Chrome Enterprise combines Chrome OS and Chrome Browser to enable work in the cloud. Manage users’ access to data, applications, and extensions without breaking a sweat. Work securely from anywhere, on any device. Your data is kept safe in the cloud.

Windows Server 2016 is the most cloud-ready server Microsoft has ever built and includes a lot of technology that was inspired from our experience in the public cloud. It has big improvements in security, software-defined infrastructure and technologies to help developers build modern microservice-based applications, in the cloud or on-site. 

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