The role of technology in businesses of all shapes and sizes is evolving. According to Klaus Schwab, we're entering the Fourth industrial revolution. That doesn't just mean new applications, collaboration solutions and innovations for the modern company. A new revolution also paves the way for unprecedented security concerns too.
Security and privacy have always been serious concerns for any company. Not only do you need a system in place that keeps your business information safe and secure, but you need to convince your customers that they're in good hands with you too. As the marketplace grows increasingly competitive, your security strategy could be the component that assures a client to either work with your organization or replace you with a competitor.
During their phenomenal Google Cloud Next Event, Google revealed a host of new features and updates intended to make their already highly-popular cloud service more attractive to customers from an enterprise background. The recent additions were designed to boost security, create a team-oriented environment for working, and of course, provide more flexibility in the way you access Google tools.
As Holiday sales drive consumer retail traffic in November and December so do end of year incentives for business technology buyers. IT departments and businesses rush to complete 2018 goals and finalize 2019 to start the year off running.
Coolhead Tech was founded in Austin, Texas in 2008 to support a rising IT role, the Enterprise Apps Administrator. Today, officially Apps Administrator Appreciation Day in Austin, we celebrate all Apps Admins with a special shout out to over 4 million G Suite Apps Admins around the world with 3 Apps Admins Exclusives!
Google is all about making life easier for their customers. Whether it's customers using the search function to find important information online, or businesses transforming their companies with cloud-based technology, Google is there to offer support and guidance. In the enterprise world, the search giant knows just how important it is to put great security at the heart of everything an organization does. They believe that CIOs with a bird's-eye view over business components can more readily manage threats, and act based on important insights.
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.
Whether it's scale, agility, or flexibility that you're looking for, the cloud can transform your business, preparing it for the ever-evolving digital world. Cloud technology offers mid-sized enterprises countless benefits by giving them the freedom they need to access data and innovation without overspending. G-Suite is just one of the platforms designed to support these businesses, by giving them a host of intelligent applications to tap into, all the way from email, to analytics. It's easy to see why 3 million businesses rely on G Suite to keep them connected.
When you first started your cloud strategy, you probably thought that the basic plan on G-Suite was enough to launch you into the stratosphere. After all, maybe you didn't have that much data to worry about, or you were looking into keeping most of your activities on-premise at first. Of course, as your business started to grow, you may have discovered that your cloud needs to be developed with it.