Google announced that it provides Chromebooks laptop for business users with $28 per month in Google I/O conference and the cost can be smaller than migrating cost from Microsoft Windows XP computers to new version of Windows.

Google Product VP Sundar Pichai said “Many companies have a hard time upgrading OS and most users use laptops today. They take them in and out of enterprise firewalls and this is challenging for IT admins. CIOs and IT admins are moving computing to the cloud.” at Google I/O.

Google, Citrix and VMWare are co-working to provide business applications for Chromebooks. They have done test about the service with Jason’s Deli and the City of Orlando.

In 7 countries on June 15th, Google Chromebooks will be provided and at the same time, Microsoft Windows XP can be going to be killed out sooner.