Google Apps has provided new and innovative ways for businesses to get their productivity tasks done, all from within the cloud. When many of us think of the cloud we think of secured data with built in redundancy. Although google does offer these kind of features, they’re not immediately imbedded in to the basic Google Apps package. If you want full data backups and redundancy available you’re going to have to invest in an additional product to get it. The good news is that there are plenty of options out there, and the cost is just a fraction of what you would spend on similar technologies outside of the cloud.
Today we’re going to talk about the features and benefits of one of our favorite apps for business in the Google Apps Marketplace. That app is Spanning Backup for Google Apps.
We’re launching a new column here at Coolhead Tech that we think businesses interested in the cloud are going to love. Over the coming months we’ll be publishing a weekly write up on some of our favorite and most useful companion apps for Google Apps for Business, as well as some of our all-time favorite cloud based business apps.
Wrapping up our first year of internship at Coolhead, we have some time for reflection while we turn to the future and the exciting opportunities that await. Over the past year we’ve had the pleasure of working with a team of six interns from universities right here in Texas. Those schools included UT, ACC, and Texas State University.
After seeing massive interest at the Campus 2 Careers fair in Austin and then watching our interns develop over the past year, there are two things that are obvious. Firstly, there’s a serious abundance of highly motivated and intelligent students out there, and secondly, this year we’re really going to see the importance of cloud services along with the rise of the Google Apps Admins.
Welcome to the May Edition of the Google Apps Update Roundup. The latest Google Apps deliver diversity and creativity to the workplace, regardless of its location. The top feature is mobile apps for Docs and Sheets, followed by Photos picker in Gmail Compose and Hangout links in Android Calendar app event views. Read on to find out how these features make tasks easier to control.
Coolhead Tech isn’t afraid to tap talented people where it finds them. From the Google Apps and marketing interns to employees who instruct business groups on using Google Apps in their work, Coolhead is finding talent. Chris Alghini, Coolhead Tech’s founder, connected with Heather Summers on LinkedIn.
Coolhead Tech, a local Google Apps management and consulting company, will be providing a professional training program that will result in the Google Apps certification of 20 admins by August 2014.
One of the things that we love about working here at Coolhead, is all of the stand out people we get to meet. We're really exicted to have met Brian Gray, Technology Director at St. Stephen's Episcopal School in West Austin. Even more exciting is that Brian will be teaching this summer's Google Apps Certified Administrator course.
Google Apps for Business enables secure, real-time collaboration among workgroups of all sizes. Google makes information very usable from any browser or smart phones with a number of hosted documents so that customers can work without any restriction on their location or timing. The need for additional hardware and software is eliminated by SAML based Single Sign-on services that integrate seamlessly with authentication systems. The following Google Apps for Business increase workgroup productivity.
Getting the most from Google Apps for business means getting the best training available from experts in the industry. Google apps is a powerful productivity tool that can greatly increase the efficiencies of your business, but also change where you can conduct business. To make sure that your staff are getting everything possible from the service, professional training is a must.