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McKinsey’s Networked Enterprises use of Web 2.0

McKinsey’s survey research suggests that organizations which use the Web intensively have more market share and get higher margins. It has been proven that today’s era is marked by Web 2.0 technologies which are the main for high corporate performances. These networked enterprises use Web 2.0 technologies to connect to the internal efforts of employees and also to extend the organization’s reach to its partners, customers and suppliers. The findings of the research also suggested that the networked enterprises are only more likely to be market leaders but also use management practices that can lead to margin higher as compared to those companies which use the Web in limited ways.

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6 Key differences between Gmail and Outlook

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.

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Setting up Google Apps Sync for Outlook

One of the prime benefits of Google apps sync is its ease of installation and set-up. Once accomplished, this program will sync your Outlook account with a Google Apps account in the cloud allowing you to access it from either platform. Here are the basics of the implementation process to let you know what to expect:

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4 Ways to use Gmail For Business Productivity

Many people use Gmail for personal use, but people use Gmail for business as well for a number of reasons. Using Gmail for business provides companies with a tool that allows employees to communicate in an effective and efficient manner. In fact, you can use Gmail to help increase business productivity as well. The following are 4 ways to use Gmail for business productivity:

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5 Things you should never put in a Google Presentation

When you’re designing a Google Presentation, you probably follow a few good practices such as using a simple template with proper fonts, sizes and spacing, and high-quality images. However, after spending a lot of time and sweat making a presentation, it can be easy to lose sight of what not to do. Here are five things you should never put in a Google Presentation.

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Free Google Apps vs Google Apps for Work

There's a difference between the legacy "Free Google Apps" that Google offered at one time, but most businesses aren't entirely sure what the difference is. As your business grows consider these advantages to upgrading to Google Apps for Work.

There are three levels of Gmail available to you. These include the Legacy free version of Google Apps, the Business edition and the Google Apps Unlimited. The differences are quite striking, particularly if you're going to be using Gmail in order to conduct your online business, which is very common and very helpful today.

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Vanson Bourne's Business Impact of the Cloud

  • September 16, 2014

Cloud computing is being adopted worldwide by a lot of organizations. Cloud computing is a technology whereby computing is delivered as a service over the internet. This means that the data and application do not need to be specifically located on the user’s machine or on the company’s local servers in fact the data and applications are located on a cloud computing vendor’s server estate and is then delivered to the enterprise a or when it is required. It allows the member of the organization to access the data from any internet-connected device.

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Google’s Approach to IT Security

  • August 24, 2014

Google technologies which use cloud computing (such as Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Cloud Storage etc.) provide easy to use products and services for business and personal settings. Google provides these services by its own experience gained from its own business therefore, Google has ways of creating platform for offerings cloud products with security. Google’s security strategy provides controls at multiple levels of data storage, transfer and access.

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Comparing Mozy Pro and Spanning Backup for Google Apps

  • August 23, 2014

While the ‘cloud’ might be a new word, the idea has been around for many years. The difference is that it has managed to make it into mainstream and it has become not only more user friendly, but also more versatile.

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