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In 2014, It's Happy Hour for Apps

Updated: January 3, 2014

Coolhead Tech, one of Austin's local Google Apps Partners, is inviting local businesses to join them for a series of networking and social events beginning this Thursday, January 9th, 2014 at the downtown Austin location of J. Black's Feelgood Kitchen and Lounge

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3 Benefits of Google Sites

Today, a growing number of businesses are using Google Sites as part of Google business apps to build their company intranets and internal project sites. Google Sites makes it easy for businesses to create secure web pages with the capacity to support intranet, team projects or client extranets. Easy in the sense that you really do not need HTML coding or web design experience to get your Google Sites operating system up and running.

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The New Google Spreadsheets

If you’re one of those people like me who likes to maximize usage with your spreadsheets, whether at home or in the workplace, you really should give the new Google Sheets a look. Some considerable improvements over the prior version have been incorporated, and many of these enhancements were requested by users, so maybe that new function you were hoping for is available in this new version.

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Our 5 Favorite Google Calendar Features

There are many great Google business apps. Google Calendar is a very useful app. You can create multiple calendars and share them with other people. The following are five great features in Google Calendar: easy scheduling, integration with email, sharing calendars, mobile device access, and publishing calendars.

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Google Apps Migration for Lotus Notes

Google Apps Migration for Lotus Notes (GAMLN) is a native IBM Lotus Notes application that allows the IT directors to easily migrate Notes users along with mail-in databases to Google Apps. The migration is inclusive of mails, personal contacts, group and calendars along with data from Lotus Notes document library or discussion database to a Google Group.  

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Add Functionality to Gmail & Calendar with Google Labs

Google Labs are experimental features that you can add to Gmail and Google Calendar to customize and enhance your inbox and calendar. To help you get started, we've put together a list of the labs we think you'll find useful. Labs are pretty stable but It's important to remember, though, that a lab can become unstable, stop working, or disappear at any time.

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2 Ways Google Apps is different from a free @gmail account.

Google in itself has an umbrella of services, whether, you are translating, searching with Google places, setting appointments with your personal calendar, or downloading on the Google play store;  Google has a free ad-supported Gmail version for the general public. However, Google Apps for Business takes the free Gmail service and adds more productivity and communication features.  Google business apps truly defines and aides a business to do exactly what it is set out to do: Succeed. 

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Running an on-premise Email Server alongside Google Apps.

Running an on-premise email server along with Google Apps is an excellent solution for those that want to slowly convert to a Google Apps system or for those that are simply testing out the viability of Google Apps for their corporate infrastructure. Some companies may eventually drop their on-premise system while others may continue to use it as a backup system or for other features their system may already provide.

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Create and Use Contact Groups in Google Apps

Contact groups are availabile in Google Contacts to help you organize people you contact together frequently.    You can use contact groups to organize your contacts and as personal mailing lists—to send email messages or meeting invitations to groups of people you contact frequently, without having to enter each of their email addresses individually.

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