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Google Apps for Business has shaken things up in the office productivity market, having sold services to over five million business customers since the suite was introduced. Today customers can purchase Google Apps for Business directly from google, or can go through any one of Google’s app reseller partners. Using an authorized reseller has its benefits for the consumer. Resellers offer experienced Google Apps administrators, can consolidate billing for other services that the customer might be using, and can even offer training and technical resources to their clients and their support staff.
If you’re a Google Apps administrator or handle transferring of domains within your business, then at some stage you will probably need to go through Google’s process of transferring a domain to a reseller. As with most things Google, the steps are easy to follow, even if you’ve never done it before. To get started with transferring a customer, just run through our guide below.
In a successful business, several ideas remain constant: reduce cost, increase performance, and increase profits. A direction coming to the forefront to make this possible is the incorporation of cloud computing for businesses of all sizes and structures. Across the board, Cloud services can offer meaningful reductions in operation costs, energy consumed, and space required for operations. Cloud Email is one of the prevailing services that business owners, corporations, and government entities are taking advantage of. The prime benefits of cloud email are little to no server maintenance, simplified disaster recovery, access to email and other documents anywhere, and enhanced collaboration across the globe.
Although Google has a backup system in place to meet their needs when something happens, they are unlikely to allow you to use it when you need something pulled from the archives. Because of this, it is important to explore other options for backing up your information. Since 75% of all data loss is caused by human error, you should have a comprehensive backup solution in place just in case something happens and the need arises.
Google Apps for Business help in creating a better work process and making the business over all productive through Google’s 100% web-based solutions with no need to purchase or maintain servers. Google Apps are secure and provide reliable workplace tools for chat, email, calendar, document creation, project websites and video sharing.
Google Apps for Education can bring advanced tools like Gmail and Google Drive to any campus without IT costs and complexity of maintaining hardware/software. The free set of customizable tools help the faculty, students and staff together from any place any time effectively. These tools also provide administrative control over the school’s unique environment:
As of January 2014, there are over five million businesses signed up to and using Google Apps for their day to day productivity tasks. The ease of use, flexibility, and power to collaborate better with colleagues have all been key factors contributing to the success of the online productivity suite. With a high adoption rate, often comes the potential for trouble, and one issue that needs to be addressed by businesses using Google Apps is security within the cloud.
We’ve spoken repeatedly in our blogs and feature articles about the Google Apps productivity solutions available to businesses. We can’t say enough about the benefits and value that you will get when signing up to the service. Google Apps for Business is changing the way that businesses work. It is especially good at helping employees get away from their desks and pulling down barriers that prevented staff from collaborating on projects easily.
So you’ve been reading our blogs, and maybe you’ve seen Google Apps for Business being talked about across the net, in magazines, or even on TV. You’ve decided that now is a good time to move your productivity suite in to the cloud, but you’re met with your first decision. Do you purchase Google Apps for Business directly from Google? Or do you go with any of the thousands or reseller partners out there?
It has been over 20 years since Microsoft introduced their first IT Certifications. Since then, certifications have become a key element for businesses to identify industry specific capabilities within IT. In recent years businesses are moving in a new direction, towards the cloud. New technologies have spawned new certifications across different systems and technologies. Businesses and IT professionals need to prepare for the future.