The move to cloud communications seems to be a topic on everyone's lips today. While the cloud environment is certainly an exciting prospect for growing businesses, some companies feel daunted about the prospect of transporting their Comms into a brand-new environment.
As an industry leader, Google understands the security dynamics associated with operating in the cloud. The organization's vast infrastructure was built in a way that maximizes security. This helps mitigate the wide variety and ever-changing nature of unique threats for cloud systems. The entity draws on its extensive experience to build robust systems based on an end-to-end approach.
There are several options available for cloud computing and hosting services and many companies are choosing between the Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services as their final choices for cloud hosting services.
IT World’s Blair Hanley Frank aptly points to what’s keeping enterprises from using G Suite and what The Goog is doing to change the hearts and minds of IT Departments around the world.
Today we’re introducing a Free G Suite deployment service for IT professionals that provides up to 12 hours of consulting and advice - More than enough time needed to walk IT professionals through Google’s best practices on deploying businesses from fifty to one thousand users.
When criminals, foreign governments, or supposed activist organizations launch cyber attacks on businesses, it only makes the news when big corporations are the targets, but mid-size companies are the victims of these same type of attacks more often than people think. In fact, small and mid-size companies are more frequently becoming the targets of attacks because hackers view their data as easy to access. Attackers know this because mid-size companies invest far less in cyber security than their larger counterparts, partly because they think they are obscure targets. In order to close this security gap, smaller companies will need to reevaluate their IT security needs and start relying more on service providers like Google and their cloud computing solutions.
At the Texas Computer Education Association's Annual SysAdmin conference held in Austin, Coolhead Tech unveiled a unique online marketplace for schools and mid-market companies using Google's G Suite Apps.
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.
As we prepared for Oktoberfest last week Google rebranded Google Apps for Work to GSuite. the company also signaled a strong interest in transforming the suite into a more mature service aimed at enterprise and mid-market customers. These changes allow the tech giant to consolidate its stake in the enterprise market while helping organizations boost productivity. Google releases new features for GSuite every few weeks - Advantage: Google Cloud but September saw some especially great new capabilities as outlined here.