Your Google Apps Super Administrator is, hands down, the most powerful user in your system. While this may seem obvious, most companies haven't thought about the practical implications of that fact.
Using Gmail for your business is a solution that will work well for many small businesses but shows its limitations when implemented for larger organizations. However, adding a few business app integrations to Gmail can make it an efficient tool for everything from customer relationship management (CRM), business communications and document management.
We here at Coolhead Tech are huge supporters of cloud integration in IT and networking, but before we get into the benefits, what does "cloud integration" actually mean and what are the benefits?
#FundboxFaces. Here at Coolhead Tech, we have a strong focus on Cloud and business applications. While we primarily focus on rolling out Google Apps and Hubspot deployments, we also deal with applications like Freshbooks, which is used to create and manage invoices for freelancers and small-medium sized businesses.
Colhead Tech offers Cloud IT services, including integrating business and cloud applications together. With the combination of the flexibility of the cloud and the utility of the business application, any business, office or firm can see major benefits from the integration of these technologies with one another.
Start in your Gmail account.
On the top right side of the screen, there is a box with a picture of a gear on it. Click the arrow on the box to bring down the drop down menu. Select Settings.
Google Apps is a suite of Google-created web applications made for managing businesses and schools alike. We talk about Google Apps for Business and Education a lot here on Coolhead Tech, so in this article, we'll be giving you an overview of every component of Google Apps for Work. These will be divided into two main sections: Communication and Drive, as well as additional administrative functions exclusive to Google Apps for Work. By the time you finish reading this, you should have a thorough understanding of every component of Google Apps, and what they can do for you and your workplace.
At this point, Google is known for its cloud-based applications. Google's cloud services, like Gmail and Drive, are extremely popular to the average consumer- but they're also really popular for Business and Education, too, with their Google Apps package. The Google Apps package includes Google Drive, Gmail, Hangouts and more. With all of these features in mind, it's not surprising that companies are making the leap to Google Apps- but why in particular are they switching?