Google announced today that they will bring the same Google Drive for Work features with unlimited storage and enhanced administrative controls to Google Apps for Education clients in the coming months at no charge to schools participating in the program. A majority of Texas Schools use Google Apps such as Gmail, Calendar and Docs, Google's online alternative to Microsoft Office.
Google Apps comprising of Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and other web applications offer a familiar and easy to use products and services for business settings. These services enable the customers to access they data from anywhere and at any time therefore, having a secure system is Google’s priority. Google provides cloud services due to its experience with operating its own business. The security controls developed by Google are key components of each of the cloud computing elements such as compartmentalization, data storage, and processing and server assignment.
Today Google announced "Google for Work", a transformation of the Google Enterprise team which includes Google Apps for Business Partners like Coolhead Tech. The change reflect's Google's growing presence in the workplace and vision of working the way we live. Coolhead is among the first Google for Work Premier Partners and today we're also excited to announce a service that can be any Google for Work customer's super power.
Google Classroom was recently introduced, and in August, it was made available to all Google Apps for teachers and educators. Designed to allow teachers go paperless, Classroom not only reduces paper use, but makes life easier for teachers as well. Instead of spending so much time dealing with creating papers, keeping track of papers and grading papers, Classroom allows teachers to save time on paperwork so they spend more time ensuring students get a great education.
Insightly is a customer relationships management app that allows for better project management. With it, users are able to integrate the software with their Gmail account. This allows them to better connect with the Google Calendar and similar tools that are designed for quick searching, permission access, file sharing and even integrating fully with their Google Drive. This small business tool allows users to utilize its powerful capabilities while maintaining a very simple, friendly design.
If you are new to Google Apps or looking to update your business skills, you can rely on a range of fantastic resources that can help you become a power user in no time. Whether you choose to learn online from the comfort of your home or to attend classroom lessons, mastering Google Apps will require just a little bit of time and effort, as long as you have the right resources.
More than 5 million companies around the world use Google Apps. With applications like Gmail, Calendar, Contacts and Drive, this service provides key functionalities for everyday business communication and collaboration.
Just like any other cloud-based service or a marble rye, however, Google Apps is susceptible to security and data loss threats posed by malicious users, human error, disasters and cyber criminals. A few basic practices and the use of third-party solutions can be quite beneficial in such instances.
Google Apps for Business is our favorite full featured office productivity suite. Being an online service that is always evolving, there are a few issues that can occur for users of the Apps. Another aspect that contributes to glitches here and there is the fact that Google Apps is compatible across so many devices, from web browsers, to smartphones, and even Android, Apple, and Windows Tablets.
Our July 11 pick for Business App of the Week is Google Keep. The App is a digital notepad which syncs and connects to your Google Drive. This App will allow you to take voice notes, photo notes and even traditional checklists if you desire. This is a fast and effective note taking tool that can help you with all areas of your business.