Within the past few years the ever growing popularity of cloud computing has reached the mainstream population. Cloud computing can be defined as “the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet rather than a local server or a personal computer.”
If your charity or Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is looking to join the atoms to bits movement, Google for Nonprofits offers organizations like yours access to highly discounted products. Much like Google for Work, your organization will have access to Google Apps like Gmail, Drive, and Docs. Where Google for Nonprofits shines is in its unique features that help NGOs share their mission and establish or strengthen their online presence. Most notably, Google for Nonprofits offer NGOs a grant for online advertisement, unique features on YouTube, and access to One Today.
Over the past few days, I have been familiarizing myself with RingCentral. Not only as a client, but as a reseller. RingCentral is a publicly traded provider of cloud-based phone systems for businesses. In layman’s terms, RingCentral is an online service that allows your business to manage the phones and extensions. I have spent several hours studying and preparing for the certifications that RingCentral offers. This time acquiring knowledge about the products and services that RingCentral provides has given me the opportunity to note some of the staple features of the company.
With apps available everywhere, sometimes it's hard to decide what apps you should use for your business. When choosing an app it's important to know how an app will benefit your business. If you've spent any time on the Internet, you already know the name Google, so it shouldn't surprise you that Google has some of the best business apps available. Here are five benefits of using Google Business Apps.
Recently Google has created amazing business tools for your disposal. One of the many Google Apps for Works tool is the Google Active Directory Sync tool. This tool has the ability to furnish the operator with information on users, non-employee contacts, and groups via 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 to have your Google Apps Directory in line with your current organizational schema. This is a beneficial and succeful tool offering you the ability to sync everything you need for clearer organization.
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 employees can access their documents, emails and more from anywhere, on any device with a browser, it raises a lot of extra questions about how they can still work securely and how much control IT Managers can retain.
If you’re asking those questions, we have a few resources for you.
Bring Your Own Device is something that’s becoming increasingly popular with employees who want to bring their personal devices to the workplace. Google Apps has everything you need to embrace a BYOD policy.
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.
The move to Google Apps can seem daunting, but it’s a well established and proven process now that can help transform your business and IT department in as little as 2 to 4 weeks. This month Coolhead will walk you through the four week fast track to Google for Work.