<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=986590804759414&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

How the Cloud is Changing the Way that we Work.

Wikipedia tells us that cloud computing is “Internet-based computing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand, like the electricity grid.” To put it more simply, cloud computing is a center of data that is controlled by a vending company. It allows your company to share the data and allows them to access it from the internet in order to better provide for sharing, for collaborating and for interacting online. Google mail is cloud computing at its best. You know Gmail and drop box will allow more than one person to work on the same project simply by sharing a login.


The way that we've worked up until now has been less productive because we have a lower sharing ability. That lessens the productivity of your work or in fact any work that requires a team.The office can have its place, that's a given. What happens when we're not able to be an office en masse is that the work suffers.

Read More

 

 

Business App of the Week: Freshbooks Cloud Accounting

  • May 30, 2014

Running a small business today comes with its share of challenges. Successful management of accounts and invoices can make or break the success of a business. Sometimes you have a great idea and a talented team, but the accounting side of things can be difficult to get a grasp on. This week we’re going to take a look at a great little web app that can help you to stay on top of the books, even with little or no experience in accounting.

Read More

 

 

More Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing

  • May 30, 2014

We've said it before and we'll say it again. . . Cloud computing can streamline your business.

Read More

 

 

4 Reasons to attend Professional Apps Admin Courses

Coolhead Tech and other local tech professionals are getting together this summer and expanding skills and knowledge in 8 Google Apps topic areas focusing on users, groups, organizations, calendar, email, services, mobile, and security. We're offering this technical course specifically for Apps Admins that have responsibility for a Google Apps domain with a minimum of 50 users.

Read More

 

 

Steps to Finding the Best Cloud Service Providers for Your Business

  • May 27, 2014

 

The Cloud's development provides an unlimited amount of virtual storage space for businesses around the globe. It also presents a new packet of concerns, including what to look for in Cloud Service Providers. Internal IT departments are still involved with data security although virtual offsite storage is more effective when every size company has a trustworthy, knowledgeable consultant capable of meshing all aspects of the cloud into a workable network.

Read More

 

 

Google Apps Retail Overview

Retailers need web app facilities that can help them keep up with their hyper educated customers, distributed teams and complex supply chain – which is exactly what Google Apps offer. A business can help employees be more productive regardless of when and from where they work. Google Apps can be accessed on any device from any place and bring benefits that can empower the associates to:

Read More

 

 

Business App of the Week: Hubspot Inbound Marketing

  • May 23, 2014

Have you ever wondered how companies with a complex online marketing presence manage to maintain their social media accounts, their inbound marketing, or deliver content to their various webpages and blogs? How about managing to get their page optimizations working for search engines, along with natural keyword integration?

Read More

 

 

Transferring Licenses to a Local Google Partner

  • May 22, 2014

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.

Read More

 

 

Prime Benefits of Cloud Based Email

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.

Read More