Google's Enterprise Cloud initiative is real and with what seems to be unlimited resources, people power and innovation being thrown at it, Google's getting real. Not only are they listening to the needs of enterprise IT departments but they're acting on them. This is evident not in recent announcements but actions including this week's new revamp of Chrome Device Management Licensing.
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.
Google recently announced the launch of their brand-new service, "App Maker", the latest and greatest entry in the drag-and-drop DevOps market for building exceptional retail and business apps. Google's App Maker makes it easier for people to develop basic applications that are specifically suited for their organization.
Recently, many companies have been examining Cloud and the potential it might offer in terms of cost-savings and flexibility. However, there's also an opportunity to use a Multi-Cloud Strategy including GCP for security purposes too, creating a safe infrastructure and applications.
Over the last decade or so, the prevalence of cloud-computing has really skyrocketed. What started off as nothing more than a limited collection of computing services, has now evolved into a highly-sophisticated ecosystem, rapidly emerging as the de-facto solution for enterprise IT. According to a study by Microsoft, nearly a third of organizations are working with four or more cloud vendors. In other words, it seems that the future of IT isn't just cloud computing - it's multi-cloud.
Coolhead Tech, a Texas Born Cloud Company, welcomed CompTIA’s ChannelCon and Vendor Summit to Austin this week with key initiatives for the community. The three day event, held downtown at the J.W. Marriott connects the IT industry’s leading solution providers, vendors, distributors, professionals and media for training, collaboration and networking.
The dog days of summer are here but in a couple of weeks most folks will have returned from summer adventures, rest and relaxation to begin the flurry of activity surrounding the return to the daily grind of work and school. Here at Coolhead Tech we're taking our mandate of helping midsize enterprise IT Departments get "Back to Cool" with solutions like G Suite Business, Enterprise and Google Cloud Platform.
Recently, as the overall enterprise awareness of the cloud has continued to build, increasing numbers of enterprises are outsourcing their workload deployments to this versatile new structure. In the past, companies only considered a single vendor or cloud provider, but the market is now changing rapidly, with more options becoming available from a variety of providers, from Google to Amazon, and more.