Enterprise communications have transformed drastically in recent years. We've moved from the point of having to install on-premise PBXs and clumsy on-prem VoIP systems into our office environments, to being able to access all the UC&C technology we need on demand through UCaaS providers like RingCentral and 8x8.
Business environments in the mid-market space are constantly evolving - just the cloud itself. Here at Coolhead Tech, we pride ourselves on our ability to stay on the cutting edge of the latest announcements, updates, and original insights from Google. At the beginning of the month we introduced our partnership with The Apps Admin Company. We're excited to jump into July, together, to serve IT Professionals in everything Google Cloud.
The Google Cloud Job Discovery system is part of the "Google for Jobs" feature introduced by the people responsible for the machine learning growth in Google over the last few years. The "Google for Jobs" program is a commitment made by the technology and search giant to help people find the jobs they need more easily - and therefore tackle some of the problems to do with unemployment and poverty.
The role of the marketer in the modern world is evolving rapidly. In an environment where the only true way to differentiate yourself in your chosen industry is through an exceptional, and intuitive experience, marketing experts need to understand the customers they're trying to connect with. The good news is that there's plenty of data out there for the marketing team to tap into. Every interaction, sale, and conversion offer up a handful of great information that marketers can use to evaluate the buyer journey.
The bad news is that most companies don't know how to use the data they have access to in an efficient, actionable way. Thanks to the recent integration between Salesforce and the Google Cloud Platform, that could be about to change. To help you get more out of your GCP experience, we're going to offer a step-by-step guide to setting up your marketing data warehouse on the Google Cloud.
Love staying on top of the latest news and trends around Google Cloud? We do too. That's why we're not only revving up for Google Next ‘18 this year; we're rocking the G Suite again this summer by being a sponsor of Next ‘18 Extended Austin at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz on July 24.
The Google Cloud Platform or "GCP" is a set of assets supported by Google data centers around the world. Because these assets exist on the cloud, there's no need for enterprises to install new hardware to make the most of them, instead, they can simply sign up for a license, and adjust their computing infrastructure as the business grows.
Back in November of last year (2017), Salesforce and Google announced one of the most high-profile partnerships to hit the cloud computing world. Bringing together one of the world's most popular cloud computing portfolios, and an incredibly lucrative customer relationship management software was a genius move for both companies. Now, the Salesforce core platform and G Suite will be intrinsically linked - but what does that mean for users?
To suggest that the cloud computing market was taking off would be nothing short of an understatement. These days, if you're not already migrating into a cloud-based architecture, then there's a good chance that you're at least thinking about hybrid solutions and the ways you can tap into powerful, scalable applications through the cloud.
During the annual Dreamforce event, where Salesforce meets with partners to share the latest and greatest developments behind its platform, Google and Salesforce announced a partnership predicted to transform the cloud race.