Automatic translation in Gmail for business and Google Apps is a powerful feature for communicating on a global level and expanding business. What's your experience in using translation in Google Docs or Gmail? Does it work well?
Users can choose to have messages in a language automatically translated in their language by selecting "Always Translate", or they can click for translation using a translate message option. They can also turn off translation for a language.
Google Introducing Automatic Translation in Gmail to All Users | PCWorld Business Center:
"After a couple of years wrangling in and out of court, the Department of the Interior has decided to go with Google, not Microsoft, for a multi-year, multimillion-dollar hosted e-mail contract." U.S. Department of the Interior ends up going Google for hosted e-mail | ZDNet:
Intuit, the firm behind TurboTax and Mint.com, will purchase San Francisco SaaS neighbor Demandforce for $425.5 million in cash. The target: small- and medium-sized businesses. Intuit to acquire Demandforce for $424m; SaaS for SMBs | ZDNet:
It's been over 6 months since I last worked solo in a Word Doc. The real superiority of Google Docs "on the cloud" is the powerful collaboration and integration that Google Apps provides. The cost of ownership savings is significant.
How I learned to say, 'Hi, Google Docs; bye, MS Word' | Internet & Media - CNET News: "It's not often you'll hear this refrain, but this is one user who sleeps quite soundly about deciding to hitch his wagon to a decidedly inferior technology product."
In its continuing efforts to expand Web-based tools for local businesses, Groupon Inc. is introducing a new scheduling tool for merchants to track their customer appointments.
Although 54 per cent of Americans - 133 million people - are active users of Facebook, 'social media' sites such as Facebook and Twitter were less important than sites or apps in driving traffic to websites.
The price cuts reflect Microsoft's fear of Google. Google Apps for Business has increasing momentum in the enterprise sector,
Small and midsize businesses aren’t just embracing they cloud; they’re also embracing the challenge of integrating with the cloud, according to a recent survey of 450 U.S. companies of 50-999 employees