Google Apps introduced three new APIs and a slew of new features in May. Here at Coolhead.Tech, we pride ourselves as Apps Admins for Google Apps, RingCentral, Hubspot and others. In this article, we'll be discussing the top new features for Google Apps users to enjoy. A lot of these deal with better management of Google Calendar so enjoy!
When running a business, the one thing people will do on a daily basis is communicate with others. Making calls, sending emails, texting and even video chatting are the common ways people get in contact with one another if they are not having an in-person conversation. This requires a secure, reliable communication system, but the truth is, this isn't something that you may be able to say your company has just yet. This is probably because you haven't taken advantage of cloud communication or any of the many available business apps.
RingCentral is a prominent cloud PBX service that we cover a lot here on Coolhead Tech. RingCentral the company offers digital phone services to businesses all around the globe. They're an early leader in this field, and have been present since 2003. Today, we'll be discussing the best new features released to RingCentral users this month, and how you might use them.
Once you're running a large business of 50 people or more, the idea of switching over to Google Apps can seem like quite the logistical headache. With summer approaching rapidly, we here at Coolhead Tech will be offering our assistance (with the help of local university and college students, of course) in helping businesses like yours switch your system over to Google Apps for Business/Education.
As an IT Director taking charge of a new cloud PBX system, you already know that your life has changed for the better. As a RingCentral Super Admin, there are four key things you'll need to know how to do to delegate access to various PBX services. In this article, we'll list those things, and let you know how you can do them all with Admin Roles in RingCentral.
Today's work environment is no longer a stuffy office with cubicles, desks and a water cooler in the corner. Free-spirited individuals now call an exotic beach, the local coffee shop or even a remote cabin in the mountains their office. This allows for greater freedom, and more productivity as workers become happier, but until recently, it made connecting with others a bit more difficult. As more people started embracing this lifestyle, it became clear that a more efficient way to bring people together for collaboration was needed. Old video-conferencing platforms left something to be desired, were often expensive and came with both a learning curve and limitations. Chrome for Work came to the rescue.
Recently, Google made a major update to Google Apps that introduced three new APIs and, with them, multiple new features to the Google Apps suite. Fortunately, all of these new features mean a lot more power is in the hands of Google Apps Admins. Let's discuss the most prominent ones.
Every thriving company needs decision makers with a keen eye for innovations in communications technology and the wherewithal to know when to give up on a dying technology.
The most powerful tool of a small to midsize business looking to compete in an oversaturated marketplace might just be one that fits in the palm of your hand. Of all the chrome devices on the market, the Chromebit by ASUS represents the most potent piece of technology in a smaller-sized business's arsenal.