Just like with any service, Google Apps for Business runs in to its own troubles from time to time. Luckily these don’t usually impact business operations in a major way. Google has also shown in the past that they are quick to respond to issues and develop patches for them. Here are some known issues that Apps Admins should be aware of.
Real Benefits Delivered by Google Apps
According to Google Apps’ customers, it offers easy-to-use, real-time, secure, scalable, cloud based messaging with global teamwork, innovation, mobility and much more for only five year total cost of ownership (TCO).
There are a number of options available when you want to join the millions who are using cloud storage. In the past, cloud storage was an expensive option used mostly by businesses but today even small businesses and consumers can get a reasonable amount of secure online storage for the low price of absolutely nothing, and for those needing a little extra, upgrades are economical. Not every online storage provider is the same, and each offers their own features that could sway you towards their service.
The month of May was quite eventful in terms of Google Apps updates and admins saw the introduction of new and practical features like improved options for setting custom Google Vault retention periods and streamlined domain management of Google Drive apps. The cloud-based email migration is yet another of the new features that became available recently. Interested in this new feature? Here is a basic overview, as well as important information about the characteristics of the mail data migration feature.
In this day and age, ideas are being: created, tested and brought to fruitation at a very fast pace because of the growing cloud technologies which deliver services and software over the internet. Since web-based tools are transforming how interactions are done in the workplace, people can now solve more problems easily. This report looks at how the acceleration of ideas will transform the workplace by 2020 through an in-depth research.
Google’s suite of business services is available to large and small businesses for a fee. The free service for businesses of 50 employees and under changed to a fee system in 2012. Even with its low cost, you might be wondering if Google Apps is right for your business. Four popular ways to get answers are easily available and require little time to learn enough to make an educated decision.
Now in its third year, The Apps Admin Summer Program provides local students and businesses an opportunity to grow by doing more with Google Apps and other Cloud technologies. For area college students and technology professionals there are twice weekly classes to prepare for the Google Apps Certified Administrator Exam. All students have the opportunity to gain real-world experience interning for Coolhead Tech and area businesses and organizations using Google Apps. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions from students.
As a business owner, you often have to decide which apps are the most help to you and your employees. There are so many out there today, it can be overwhelming to make a decision. Luckily, you can just turn to one source of many for your business app needs. This one source is Google and the many business apps this company is offering today. However, it is still confusing to know how to integrate all these apps into your daily operations. This is when you should hire a Google Apps consultant to help clear the fog of confusion. What can this consultant do for you?
Google Chrome for Business is a web browser designed for organizations that require standardized, secure and easy browser deployment and management. The user’s IT admin can configure and customize or even update Chrome for the company’s specific security policies. With Google Chrome, a company can also deploy modern HTML5 with cloud computing applications.