RingCentral for Google has been updated again and is another step towards seamless integration, collaboration, speed, efficiency, security, and simplicity. As a cloud communications system used in conjunction with GSuite Business, RingCentral for Google is the most powerful communications solutions available for business.
When criminals, foreign governments, or supposed activist organizations launch cyber attacks on businesses, it only makes the news when big corporations are the targets, but mid-size companies are the victims of these same type of attacks more often than people think. In fact, small and mid-size companies are more frequently becoming the targets of attacks because hackers view their data as easy to access. Attackers know this because mid-size companies invest far less in cyber security than their larger counterparts, partly because they think they are obscure targets. In order to close this security gap, smaller companies will need to reevaluate their IT security needs and start relying more on service providers like Google and their cloud computing solutions.
One key advantage you gain by using Google’s G Suite Apps as a part of your business environment is regular software updates. Aside from increasing program efficiency and security Google also adds new features regularly. By adding onto and improving program features the G Suite platform becomes more useful for both admins and end users. Here are six new features you will find quite useful as a G Suite Apps Admin and two additional features that will prove useful for your end users.
Changes in the technology are the nature of the industry and are especially notable as tools and software continue to evolve to better serve customers and clients. Recently Google announced Google Cloud and a rebranding of their business suite as well. With the new names come a several improvements and a rededication to customer service. Here is a brief overview of that these changes entail and what this means for you as a business customer.
You have already made the ‘wise’ decision to move your company to GSuite Apps, and you have already invested in this new “software improvements,” the only part that is remaining now is the actual “move.” Your Move to GSuite Apps is an important step, as it is through the deployment of Apps, that you will be able to fully realize the benefits of these various Google Tools and software.
There is no doubt that Google Cloud's G Suite is a powerful collection of apps for businesses and organizations, and it's no secret is that one of their most prominent features is the calendar. Using the tool is one thing, but it should be high priority to be proactive in effectively securing Google calendar. From first setting the tool up, to programming your external sharing options, we at Coolhead Tech will provide professional assistance to those in need. Securing Google calendar is a cinch!
The Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing (EFSS) market offers a comprehensive variety of maturing choices to small and large organizations. Leaders in the information technology (IT) sector and collaboration planners can take advantage of impressive new capabilities to improve operational efficiency. The EFSS options available on the market enable enhanced content collaboration and easy corporate system integration.
Google recently announced changes to its Google Apps Directory Sync tool, which now boasts improved functionality and a new name. The tool is now called Google Cloud Directory Sync (GCDS). It supports a number of cloud-based services and products. The changes are part of a broader effort by the tech giant to improve and rebrand its cloud-based services.
Google recently announced a plethora of changes aimed at ushering in a new era for its ten-year old Apps for Work suite. The tech giant christened the service G Suite to match its primary mission – helping businesses boost productivity through smarter collaboration. Previously known as Google Apps for Work, the suite also introduces wide-ranging features designed to make it easier to innovate and work as teams. Google is using the catchphrase 'All Together Now' to reflect this premise.