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Create and manage Maps in Google Drive

Recently, Google has been rolling out many promising updates to it's line of applications. Google apps are created for both individuals and businesses to utilize in making their work easier and more streamlined. These apps have stood the test of time and have shown business owners and decision makers that there is an easier way to do business - with Google apps.

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Google's Admin Feature: Whitelisted Domains

A whitelisted domain is a domain that has been marked as trusted so that a Google Apps user can communicate and collaborate with that domain. The option to whitelist domains is a new feature that is now being offered in Google for Work Apps.

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2 Things to consider before Swapping your Google Apps Primary Domain

It may become necessary to change your Google Apps Primary Domain over the course of your organization's success. Changing your primary domain requires a certain amount of clean up and reconfiguration. Google has tools to help you make this transition but you may be able to accomplish your goals without taking this step.

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A Review of Google's Drive Plug-In for Microsoft Office

The  Google Drive plug-in for Microsoft Office allows files on Google Drive to be accessed and saved directly from Microsoft Office programs. This plug-in is great for Drive users who prefer using Microsoft Office programs to using Google applications like Docs, Sheets, and Slides. 

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6 Security & Compliance features in Google Apps

As a pioneer of cloud computing services, Google understands the importance of security when the cloud is used for business applications. Google has devoted an enormous amount of effort to enhancing and building upon the security features of Google Apps when used in the Google for Work model so that they can be trusted by business owners for the storage of company information. 

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9 Myths and the Truth about Wi-Fi in K-12 Education [ Wi-Fi Myths 1-3]

Understanding the truth behind the first 3 myths of WiFi in K-12 education will not only save your school money but will improve overall network performance. In this article, we'll be dispelling the myths that you need to pay for expensive infrastructure upgrades or are required to mount one Wi-Fi Access point per classroom.

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Change Management Guide for Schools Considering Going Apps for Education

You may have heard the story about the young husband watching his wife make a pot roast. As he's watching, she chops off the ends and throws them in the trash. He asks why, and she says, "That's the way my mother always did it."

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4 Things to Consider Before Deploying Google Apps on a Large Network

Dealing with a Google Apps deployment can be very challenging, but dealing with a large Google Apps deployment can be even worse, especially in environments like a school.

Among the best practices in networking is included this little thing called "network evaluation", and you will need to thoroughly evaluate your current network before building a new one or building upon it.

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9 Myths and the Truth about Wifi in K-12 Education [Part 1 of 5]

Wi-Fi is one of the most popular forms of Internet connectivity, but in consumer, business and education arenas alike, there remains a multitude of myths about Wi-Fi's performance that leads to less and poorer adoption among people who would benefit from a strong Wi-Fi centered network.

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