I really hate when software manufacturers give this answer. In this particular case it annoys me for two reasons: 1) I understand that businesses are resource-constrained and have to focus their efforts into certain areas. That said, answers like this fail to take into account how much more of the market that could represent, if companies would spend a little time and energy supporting another platform. Chromebook might move beyond 1% of the market, particularly in enterprise environments, if people could use it to sign on to the VPN (in more than just a web SSL fashion). 2) When you boil it all down, Chrome O/S is just Linux with some "Google polish." Which means, realistically speaking, you already have an AnyConnect client that will run on Chrome O/S, it just needs a, more than likely, very small amount of work to integrate it into the UI that is used and whatever certification process has to take place with Google. This is highlighted by the fact that there are "work-arounds" out there to get the Linux-based AnyConnect client running on Chrome O/S.
... View more