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.
Are you a certified Google Apps Admin? Coolhead Tech is launching a new possibility for you to present yourself and your skills to the world. The Apps Admin of the Week section will feature interviews with certified professionals in the niche who have something interesting to share.
Google Chromebooks have been quietly taking the educational world by storm in the past few years, accounting for dramatic and impressive increases of devices shipped to American classrooms since 2012. While Microsoft and iPad shipments have been either stationary or in retrograde, Chromebooks have enjoyed a whopping increase approaching 30%.
A good word processing program is flexible and easy to use with as few restrictions and distractions as possible. There are a handful of word processing programs and applications, with Microsoft Word being one of the most popular and well-known. For a long time, there were not many alternatives to Word, especially for professionals who needed specific features. Fortunately, we have an alternative that is dependable, innovative, and packed with user friendly features.
Unified communications may sound like another technical buzzword if you never heard the term before. Unified communications is the next rave into unifying and expanding your company. Gmail for Business allows you to text, hold video conferences, share information and data, and so much more. Let's look at how using Gmail for Business can help with expansion and productivity of your company.
Google launched a new interface that allows for easy publishing as an independent website or embedding in their own website. You may also publish pieces of the documents (i.e.. specific charts and sheets) without publishing all of your document.
If you are one of the millions of users who are accustomed to using Microsoft’s Outlook, you’re aware of how challenging it often is to add accounts and use all the offered features. At the same time, you probably have chosen to use one or more of the many Google apps that offer so much flexibility, including full use of the cloud. If you want to take advantage of more Google Apps it’s time for you to try out Google Apps Sync with Outlook.
There are many tools that one can put at their disposal in relation to business, some of the most important to come along in recent times have been those created using Google. Among the many things presented to people in business through Google one of their greatest offerings has been the Google Active Directory Sync tool. This one tool has the ability to furnish the operator with information on users, non-employee contacts, and groups via the user data in your LDAP server. This would include servers such as Lotus Domino, Microsoft Active Directory, as well as many others. Google Active Directory Sync will add or delete user accounts in the hopes of getting your Google Apps directory in line with your current organizational schema. This one tool has been proven to be a successful and very beneficial tool giving you the ability to get all of your proverbial ducks in a row, offering you the ability to sync up everything you need to make your life easier to organize. You're not likely to find a better option to suit your needs than to use the Google Active Directory Sync tool, it's truly a great all in one application.
The days of writing and creating slide presentations on your computer are quickly falling by the wayside thanks to the mobile functionality in Google Presentation. Within the app, you can create, edit, and comment on Google Slides in addition to Microsoft PowerPoint files. You can even take your presentations and work on them offline all at the touch of your fingertips. Installing and using the Google Slides app is very user-friendly, too. Look for it in the App Store if you use an iPhone or an iPad or in the Google Play Store if you use an Android device.