Sometimes it seems like tech folks have their own language. While G Suite Business Apps are easy to use and deploy there are terms used during the migration process which are rarely used in the course of regular business. Here's a breakdown on common terms used in migration to G Suite from Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Notes and other Email servers.
Google Cloud allows you to provide free interactive lessons to your users. The lessons cover a wide variety of topics relating to services, such as Gmail. Drive, Hangouts, Sheets and more. As a Google Admin/G Suite Admin, you can set up the G Suite Training Chrome extension to gain access to self-paced tutorials. The feature is accessible directly via your browser.
G Suite Migration for Microsoft Exchange (GSMME) provides a simple way to move different types of data from an Exchange server. The utility can handle G Suite migration from a wide variety of mail servers, including Gmail and Novell GroupWise. It can move calendar, mail and contact data.
G Suite Migration for IBM Notes (GSMIN) helps you migrate data from IBM Notes (formerly Lotus Notes) to your organization's G Suite account. The process provides a simple way to transfer calendar, contact, group and mail data with ease. However, GSMIN is only available to G Suite users. This means if you have the legacy edition of Google Apps, you should upgrade before migrating.
An increasing number of G Suite customers are now having their accounts managed by Google Cloud Partners. The option allows businesses to leverage the reseller's expertise in technical management and dealing with Google directly as well as flexible billing terms and personal solutions.
As a Google Admin/G Suite Admin, it is important to secure access to your company's G Suite Apps and associated data. Identity theft, data breaches, and associated cybercrime cause millions of dollars worth of damage every year. However, by taking proper precautions you can keep your users and your company safe.
Last Friday Google sent an email to G Suite Administrators across the United States notifying them of an impending "US Sales Tax" to be charged on G Suite Apps Subscriptions beginning November 1, 2017.
Unified Communications is a wonderful thing. Unified Communications and Collaboration is even better. It's like getting peanut butter in your chocolate. Or Chocolate in your Peanut Butter. It's about bringing people together to connect over work-based projects and professional concerns. However, there's more to being truly integrated into a workforce, than simple communication. Though communication is crucial, Unified Communication and Collaboration is better. By integrating collaboration capabilities and productivity solutions into a comprehensive UC suite, customers can improve their workflows and deliver better business outcomes.
As the business hiring world grows increasingly more competitive, companies everywhere are struggling to get their hands on the talent they need. In fact, 86% of HR managers' say that they struggle to find qualified candidates for their open positions, while 53% admit to hiring under-qualified people in a rush to fill recruitment gaps.