Love staying on top of the latest news and trends around Google Cloud? We do too. That's why we're not only revving up for Google Next ‘18 this year; we're rocking the G Suite again this summer by being a sponsor of Next ‘18 Extended Austin at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz on July 24.
Whether it's scale, agility, or flexibility that you're looking for, the cloud can transform your business, preparing it for the ever-evolving digital world. Cloud technology offers mid-sized enterprises countless benefits by giving them the freedom they need to access data and innovation without overspending. G-Suite is just one of the platforms designed to support these businesses, by giving them a host of intelligent applications to tap into, all the way from email, to analytics. It's easy to see why 3 million businesses rely on G Suite to keep them connected.
When you first started your cloud strategy, you probably thought that the basic plan on G-Suite was enough to launch you into the stratosphere. After all, maybe you didn't have that much data to worry about, or you were looking into keeping most of your activities on-premise at first. Of course, as your business started to grow, you may have discovered that your cloud needs to be developed with it.
It's Simple.. In the G Suite Admin Console navigate to Gmail advanced settings and search 'early.'
For a Chrome Device Admin, what's worse than KFC running out of chicken? Yup, you guessed it, Chrome OS having no available new devices to bring to the marketplace this spring. Things seem a little slower than normal for Chrome devices this year. While it's safe to say that the devices that already exist in the Chrome portfolio are impressive, they're just not enough to highlight the latest features and fantastic updates that Google's Chrome Operating System has to offer.
Every year Coolhead Tech and Google Partners migrate thousands of companies to G Suite Basic, Business and Enterprise. At first glance, Google's G Suite pricing is straight forward but most of the questions we receive relate to pricing and the cost of Google Apps and Services.
New G Suite customers are required to set up a premium subscription following the expiry of the free trial period of G Suite. Google bills active accounts at the beginning of each month. Companies enjoy access to a comprehensive set of services designed to boost productivity, collaboration and communication. In addition to three G Suite pricing packages, Google offers two billing plans from which to choose: the flexible plan and the annual plan.
G Suite provides access to a wide selection of apps designed to help organizations boost productivity. The services also allow entities to communicate and collaborate more efficiently. It comes as no surprise that thousands of small, medium and large organizations rely on the platform to improve operational efficiency. However, transitioning to the cloud requires proper planning. Doing so ensures that all employees are well-informed and prepared for the migration process.
Google Cloud creates many possibilities for businesses of varying sizes. However, migrating to the cloud requires a careful, organized approach. Change management best practices revolve around thoughtful guidance and communication.