IBM Notes (formerly IBM Lotus Notes) is one of the first leaders in enterprise mail. But Many companies are migrating from IBM Notes to GSuite Apps in search of faster collaboration, robust security and improved productivity. GSuite is widely recognized for its ability to help businesses save on costs. Users enjoy high levels of technical support directly through Google or its network of resellers.
The Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing (EFSS) market offers a comprehensive variety of maturing choices to small and large organizations. Leaders in the information technology (IT) sector and collaboration planners can take advantage of impressive new capabilities to improve operational efficiency. The EFSS options available on the market enable enhanced content collaboration and easy corporate system integration.
GSuite Apps offer several advantages to your company and also offer solutions for many issues encountered in the modern business world including company wide sharing of information, portability, ease of access, cross OS compatibility, and security. For the purposes of this entry the focus will be on security and how Google keeps your company information safe and the tools it gives you as an administrator to meet your company’s safety standards.
For years, schools have been searching for the best, most cost-effective method to bring technology, and all its learning advantages, into the classroom. Chromebooks are becoming the solution for many districts. Chromebooks are an economic, thin computer, lightweight, and portable. Web based, the computer is not vulnerable to virus and malware attacks. Following are five use cases for Chromebooks in education.
From the execs to the workers, your enterprise has decided to Go Google. Now it is time to begin the process of training by creating a plan, creating a training site, and having users take training courses. End users need to have the skills to be effective in using GSuite Apps for Work.
Google recently announced changes to its Google Apps Directory Sync tool, which now boasts improved functionality and a new name. The tool is now called Google Cloud Directory Sync (GCDS). It supports a number of cloud-based services and products. The changes are part of a broader effort by the tech giant to improve and rebrand its cloud-based services.
Google recently announced a plethora of changes aimed at ushering in a new era for its ten-year old Apps for Work suite. The tech giant christened the service G Suite to match its primary mission – helping businesses boost productivity through smarter collaboration. Previously known as Google Apps for Work, the suite also introduces wide-ranging features designed to make it easier to innovate and work as teams. Google is using the catchphrase 'All Together Now' to reflect this premise.
Configuring your network to work with Google Apps will be one of the more important technical steps you’ll take in your transition to this new platform. While there are many steps involved, you’ll never be lost as long as you have the information contained here and in Google’s technical guides. If you haven’t already read our post on evaluating your network, we advise that you do so before proceeding with your network configuration.
What once was marketed and perceived as consumer-driven technology is no more. The enterprise now consistently includes integrated enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) that exists as a symbiotic mechanism of the complete enterprise itself rather than being a plug and play, isolated software package.
Forrester Wave studied a variety of vendor-providers that are leaders in the current market. Their specific packages vary in some details, offerings, and scope, but they all generally do some variation of widespread company or organization-wide file sync and share.