Vonage Business Phones and RingCentral for Google represent two of the most popular VoIP service options out there for business phone systems that operate on the Cloud. Virtual business phones have become increasingly popular as more and more communication and data storage apps head to the Cloud for increased accessibility, efficiency, and cost-savings, just to name a few common advantages.
Google's Chromebooks have made great strides since their initial announcement in 2011. The concept of a lightweight computer designed around running only Chrome OS was something fairly new back then, but it was a gamble that's worked fairly well for Google. Chromebooks have seen great success in both consumer and business applications, as well as educational ones.
More than five million businesses have already discovered the power of Google Apps. Professional email, mobility and strong security make Google apps a clear choice. Now, thanks to a partnership with RingCentral, the power surges into a cloud communications system with dramatically increased functionality. RingCentral adds communications capabilities to your already favorite applications.
It's pretty much a statement of fact at this point that using a cloud phone service over a legacy, on-premise PBX solution is a better solution, both for the features offered and for the price they come at. However, what are the actual benefits behind Cloud PBX, and what are the requirements? Before you start looking into a cloud phone solution over what you're already using, read up.
While many professionals and students tend to stick to what's familiar when designing presentations, the status quo isn't always the best choice. Powerpoint has an enormous user base yet this is not indicative of its quality. Google Presentation offers a fresh choice for those who want to build a multi-faceted presentation that will intrigue an audience. Let's take a look at what makes Google Presentation so special when pitted against the comparatively stale Powerpoint.
When choosing an e-mail service many people are content to settle for their current service or what is pre-installed on their computer. Giving your e-mail service a second thought is well worth the time. Gmail and Outlook are two major email services and are worthy of noting the key differences that make them the primary email choice.
It’s that time of year again for us here at Coolhead Tech to welcome the newest batch of interns through the doors. Our Google Apps Admin interns spent the summer in classes and helping over 1000 users in Austin switch to Google for Work. They're hungry for more and offering Free Google Apps Admin services including
Anyone with a busy schedule can benefit from a computerized scheduling system. Two of the best services on the market are Google Calendar and Outlook Calendar. Each app has its own unique qualities that differ from its competitors. Below, we layout the highlights of each app to help you determine which is best for your scheduling needs.
If you own or manage a business and have the freedom to choose your company's e-mail service, Gmail for Business is one of the best options on the market. While plenty of people utilize Gmail for personal correspondence, it also has elite functionality for businesses as well. Let's take a look at Gmail's unique advantages from a business's perspective.