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6 Security & Compliance features in Google Apps

As a pioneer of cloud computing services, Google understands the importance of security when the cloud is used for business applications. Google has devoted an enormous amount of effort to enhancing and building upon the security features of Google Apps when used in the Google for Work model so that they can be trusted by business owners for the storage of company information. 

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Ensuring a Smooth Transition to a Cloud PBX Phone System [Whitepaper]

Transitioning from a traditional phone system to a cloud phone system can be fairly difficult, even for SMB and mid-size  businesses. When you're changing the phone system of your business, however, not only are you dealing with a lot more hardware than a consumer would, you also have to go through the effort of teaching your staff how the new system works while learning how to configure it.

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9 Myths and the Truth about Wi-Fi in K-12 Education [ Wi-Fi Myths 1-3]

Understanding the truth behind the first 3 myths of WiFi in K-12 education will not only save your school money but will improve overall network performance. In this article, we'll be dispelling the myths that you need to pay for expensive infrastructure upgrades or are required to mount one Wi-Fi Access point per classroom.

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Huntsville ISD uses Texas State Grant to fund Educational use of Chromebooks

Reading, writing, arithmetic--and little rectangle computers that pack a powerfully educational punch.

For three years, educators in Huntsville, Texas, have been using Google Chromebooks to make teaching easier and help students improve everything from reading comprehension to calculus.

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Change Management Guide for Schools Considering Going Apps for Education

You may have heard the story about the young husband watching his wife make a pot roast. As he's watching, she chops off the ends and throws them in the trash. He asks why, and she says, "That's the way my mother always did it."

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4 Things to Consider Before Deploying Google Apps on a Large Network

Dealing with a Google Apps deployment can be very challenging, but dealing with a large Google Apps deployment can be even worse, especially in environments like a school.

Among the best practices in networking is included this little thing called "network evaluation", and you will need to thoroughly evaluate your current network before building a new one or building upon it.

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5 Reasons Schools use a Google for Education Partner

Most people understand that the best use of limited school resources is in the classroom. What most people don't realize is how much work happens behind the scenes to help make teachers the very best they can be. Teachers love to teach and administrative tasks often slip by them, much to the annoyance of campus and district administrators. Coming up with a system that helps teachers with those necessary but onerous tasks can help school district improve in fundamental ways.

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9 Myths and the Truth about Wifi in K-12 Education [Part 1 of 5]

Wi-Fi is one of the most popular forms of Internet connectivity, but in consumer, business and education arenas alike, there remains a multitude of myths about Wi-Fi's performance that leads to less and poorer adoption among people who would benefit from a strong Wi-Fi centered network.

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Here's The Real Cost of Your Old PBX Phone System

The PBX (Private Branch Exchange) phone system is a time-honored tradition in the business world. There are obvious benefits of PBX phone systems, but people often forget to discuss the downsides of these systems, especially old ones in need of upgrades. A new PBX system can cost tens of thousands of dollars- unless you need multiple pieces of new hardware to support satellite locations, in which case you can find yourself in the hundreds of thousands.

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