To get started with Google Apps for Business, you need to create user accounts for your users before people at your domain can begin using their Google mail, spreadsheets, or other apps. Creation of user accounts gives your users access to all the great services Google has to offer as well as what you've signed up for which will include email, calendar documents and spreadsheets.
Google Business Apps are some of the most innovative technological tools available for savvy business owners. These apps can provide you with a broad range of services, from web storage solutions to various forms of business communications. Another great function of these business oriented applications is email hosting. Google email hosting is great for owners of both large and small businesses, helping to create a communications interface that is free of clutter and easy to navigate. Here are four unique benefits of using this service:
Building a professional profile profile today is important for an Apps Admin. This is the era of the social enterprise and you need to participate. A great profile helps your professional career and your employer's image. LinkedIn allows you to network, find jobs, share ideas with other professionals, and create business opportunities and much more. We all wonder, well what can I do to become noticed on LinkedIn? Where do I start?
Google Apps for Business is software that you can access anywhere from a computer, tablet, or smartphone as long as you have an Internet connection. It uses what is commonly called cloud computing or “software-as-a-service” where the software resides on a server on the Internet. You access this software via a secure link over the Internet.
Coolhead Tech recently announced that we've become "Certified Everything" when it comes to Hubspot and inbound marketing. What does that mean and what the heck is Hubspot anyway? Hubspot is to Marketing what Google Apps is to Operations. That's why we love it, Hubspot is the perfect marketing companion to Google Apps.
Two of the most common tasks for a Google Apps Admin is creating and deleting user accounts. While seemingly simple ("Do I just choose Delete?") Apps Admins should discuss a forming a company procedure that can help protect your organization and domain.
As a Google Apps Admin, one of your jobs is to keep an eye on things that go on with company files. Have you ever had a file or even an entire set of files randomly disappear, never to be found again? This sort of thing can easily be prevented with proper back-ups performed on a regular basis, via Cloud Backup services. So, how do you know which users files to keep a close eye on? Which files should be backed up regularly?
You hear the word in tech circles all the times these days: "I have my business on the cloud!" What exactly does that mean?
Cloud computing is a reference to computing resources, (like software or hardware) that exist on computers that are a distance from the user, and are delivered and employed by end users as a service over a network like the internet. Chances are likely that you are already using cloud-based computing without even realizing it; for instance, web-based email services are "in the cloud."
Google has quietly launched a certification path for Administrators of Google Apps For Business and it's no walk in the park. Early reports from test takers is that the exam, while fair, is comprehensive and demonstrates enterprise level administrative control for business and organizational use of the fledgling office suite.