If your company is using Google Apps for Business these three things will help you quickly set up a successful recurring meeting. Resources can include anything from a conference room to AV equipment - Ask your Google Apps Admin to set up a company wide resource first.
Scheduling a meeting doesn't have to be a hassle if your team is on Google Apps for Business. Google Calendar can check everyone's calendar and provide you with the best time for a meeting and keep track of meeting invites. All in a couple of clicks or taps.
A well organized meeting, whether online or in person, makes everything more efficient. If your company uses Google Apps for Business you can attach all of your meeting documents in Google Calendar. This is more efficient than agendas being emailed and re-emailed.
Green Earth Automotive owner J.D. Longnion has more than 20 years of experience as an automotive specialist.
J.D. started Auto Maintenance Man at the age of 27 and his business grew as Austin grew. And just like Austin, the business became increasingly aware of the importance of caring for the environment. Clearly, a "green" alternative for oil changes was needed.
Anand Raj has always been a big believer in local business. Raj, who has been doing business in Austin since 2002, says Central Texas is a great environment for tech incubators working in a B2B environment. His company, InXero, is a member of The Austin Technology Incubator, which builds companies from early stage to profitability. This includes building management teams, forging partnerships and securing funding.
What if your clients don't understand how you're billing them for your services? What if your customers have problems paying you for your products? At the end of the day, all the work you put into your business is useless if your invoicing is hard to understand or otherwise problematic.
Google Apps and Chrome Apps often present a similarity, especially since most services supported on Google Apps are featured in Chrome Apps. While there is an area of overlap, they are at different structural levels in providing functionality and redundancy for services. An App is a web-based program or application that can work entirely on a browser. This does not mean that the browser technically assumes the role of the service of the app, but there is a definite service that works in the background to give the requested functionality. Since Google Apps and Chrome Apps are both classified in the same way, a few distinctions will make the definition clearer.
Traditional phone systems are a headache, and more and more businesses are deciding to avoid them altogether. No more expensive, proprietary hardware! No more inflexible service plans! No more being out of the loop when you're out of the office!
Can you imagine an office without phones?