Chrome is by far one of the most effective, popular, and efficient cloud-connected solutions and browsers in the world. That's why so many enterprises embrace the Google framework when preparing for digital transformation. With chrome, business devices can access a new generation of solutions for a range of workflows. From improving collaboration between staff members with video conferencing, to improving customer experience with digital signage, there's plenty of ways for a retailer business to empower itself.
G Suite Migration for IBM Notes (GSMIN) helps you migrate data from IBM Notes (formerly Lotus Notes) to your organization's G Suite account. The process provides a simple way to transfer calendar, contact, group and mail data with ease. However, GSMIN is only available to G Suite users. This means if you have the legacy edition of Google Apps, you should upgrade before migrating.
An increasing number of G Suite customers are now having their accounts managed by Google Cloud Partners. The option allows businesses to leverage the reseller's expertise in technical management and dealing with Google directly as well as flexible billing terms and personal solutions.
As a Google Admin/G Suite Admin, it is important to secure access to your company's G Suite Apps and associated data. Identity theft, data breaches, and associated cybercrime cause millions of dollars worth of damage every year. However, by taking proper precautions you can keep your users and your company safe.
The Chromebit has been described as a 'computer on a stick' - an apt description for a pocket-sized device that’s less than 5 inches long. It’s not the only computer you’ll ever need. It’s not even the only Chrome OS device you’ll ever need. But it does have its uses.
Using a Chromebit for digital signage requires some hardware and a process with several steps. Once the configuration is complete, making changes to the signage content is nearly trivial.
Blockchain technology might still be a reasonably "new" concept, but it's potential applications in the world of business are potentially astronomical. Already, some of the biggest tech players across the globe, like IBM, Microsoft, and Google, are betting on the Blockchain. In fact - some are even using the public cloud to offer blockchain as a service.
During the annual Dreamforce event, where Salesforce meets with partners to share the latest and greatest developments behind its platform, Google and Salesforce announced a partnership predicted to transform the cloud race.
How much do you know about your business and your customers? Today, the more information you have, the more likely it is that you can create a sales experience for your customers that cultivates loyalty, inspires action, and delivers profits. Unfortunately, as the amount of information generated by businesses continues to reach astronomical levels, it simply isn't possible for companies to manually gather and analyze their data.