During the past few years, Google has pushed hard to make its cloud-based suite of office products a major player in mid-market enterprise technology . The company re-enforced that commitment last week at the Horizon Conference in San Francisco with their latest re-branding campaign. With the move from Google Apps to G Suite and Google Cloud, Gogle showed a renewed focus on helping people work the way that we live today.
Some industries look back on their history by marking the game changing moments that alter the way business is done, that change the way people think, and that affect the way the best companies go about their daily tasks in an effort to formulate their plans and goals for the future. Such a moment has just occurred as Google, on Thursday, September 29th, 2016, announced Google Cloud, the plethora of distinctively unique products, technological innovations, and vitally useful services that empower customers to go fully functional in a digital world while maintaining optimal performance.
The growth in demand for increased collaboration and cloud-based file sharing services is contributing to significant changes in the Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing [EFSS] market. According to studies conducted in 2016, the sector is expected to grow at an annual growth rate of 25.7 percent. This translates to more than $3 billion by 2020.
To make quality decisions and become effective enterprise architecture professionals for their companies or organizations, IT leaders should utilize Forrester's latest Wave report on Enterprise FIle Sync and Share Apps [EFSS]. You do have options. Learn about them, compare and contrast their pros and cons, and be prepared to approach your upper management team with a solution for their current challenges.
The quality of research may be in the eye of the research analyst. However, when reading and considering the results of an analysis done by a reputable research firm, one must still examine the framework and methodology to heighten confidence that the research was done on equitable, solid ground.
The technology provider of today has refined its cloud-based architectures to overcome the inefficiencies of legacy computing. The overall benefits of using Google Apps for Work was quantified in monetary terms in a study conducted by Forrester Consulting.
The total economic impact (TEI) analysis performed by Forrester is truly an eye-opener for corporate decision-makers. It analyzes a number of variables, which play a key role in determining the return on investment (ROI). The report provides a detailed outline of initial and ongoing costs, such as license fees and training expenses. Google commissioned the study to help businesses understand the real value of its cloud-based tools on day-to-day operations. Until now, many entities lacked detailed insights when it comes to quantifying the monetary benefits.
The Forrester Consulting Report on the Total Economic Impact of Google Apps for Work discusses the ways in which Google Apps for Work is maximizing the ability for a mid-market business or an organization to improve communication, heighten efficiency, streamline decisions, and create a linear history for decision making accountability.
In this day and age, ideas are being: created, tested and brought to fruitation at a very fast pace because of the growing cloud technologies which deliver services and software over the internet. Since web-based tools are transforming how interactions are done in the workplace, people can now solve more problems easily. This report looks at how the acceleration of ideas will transform the workplace by 2020 through an in-depth research.