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New Google Contacts now enabled for Google Apps domains

New Google Contacts now enabled for Google Apps domains
Google is constantly working to improve your Google Apps for Work experience. Taking suggestions from users like you, Google has released some new app updates you should know about.

Last year, the new Google Contacts was released as a preview for those with a personal (gmail.com) account. Just recently, this new version of Google Contacts was opened up to […]

Apps Show – Google re:Work – making work better and more efficient

Google re:Work – making work better and more efficient
As you’re probably aware, since Google’s founding in 1998, the company has experimented with several culture and management initiatives. Many of these ideas and practices had a very positive impact on employee’s happiness at work and on overall productivity (others, not so much). Since we spend a lot of our time at work, and work is not always […]

Google Cloud Platform | NEXT 16

GCP NEXT 16: BE A PART OF WHAT’S NEXT FOR CLOUD

Join the largest gathering of the Google Cloud Platform community to explore the latest developments in cloud technology.

Google Cloud Platform Global User Conference
MARCH 23-24 | PIER 48, SAN FRANCISCO
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Come join Google for a two-day journey into the Cloud Platform, including keynotes, technical sessions, and even a party hosted by Spotify. You’ll hear from folks like Diane […]

Google Atmosphere Live, Retail 2016: You’re Invited!

Google Atmosphere Live – You’re Invited!
Shopping-related searches increased 120% in the last year1, according to a review of Google’s data. The consumer’s journey is full of micro-moments, with shoppers reaching for their smartphones in every kind I-want-to-know, to I-want-to-buy (and crucially, I-want-to-buy-again) moments.

It’s data and trends like this that lead Google to host this year’s live event, Atmosphere Digital: Evolving Retail. Here’s the scoop from Google on what […]

New professionally-designed templates for Docs, Sheets, & Slides

New professionally-made templates for Docs, Sheets, & Slides
Google first introduced their templates to Docs, Sheets, and Slides back in September, which really helped to add style and appeal to your projects. Just last week, however, Google announced the addition of a brand new collection of templates, designed by 5 experts in their related fields, and are available across the web, iOS, and Android.

These templates were designed with a […]

Apps Show – Collecting & Analyzing Data with Google Forms

Collecting & Analyzing Data with Google Forms
If I asked you to think back to the last time you were asked to collect feedback, gather a large amount of data, analyze sets of data, or create a survey and analyze results – that would probably be pretty traumatic, no?

Well, this is how more than a few folks at Google felt, so they set out to change that with their tool, Google […]

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Cloud Platform explained & explored in less than 4 minutes

So you’ve heard about the “cloud” and realize you use it…. your everyday routines at home and work are changing because of it, and more and more of your business processes will continue to move to the cloud. Let’s take just a few minutes to make sure understand the fundamentals.

Every time we use Gmail or Google Drive, that data is stored “in the cloud” on […]

The Apps Show: Chrome devices, Chromebits, and Chromebooks

The Apps Show – Chrome devices, Chromebits, and Chromebooks
This episode is all about the hardware. And the timing on this is great, as it seems our options for laptops and mobile devices grow larger every week. Listen in as James and Drea clue you into what’s new on the market and let us know which are their favorites at work.

Cloud philosophy is at the core of all the hardware outlined here. These are laptops or portable […]

Your VM is unique, and now your Cloud Platform can be too

Your VM is unique, and now your Cloud Platform can be too
Back in the day when servers and workstations were roaring obelisks of cooling fans and sharp internal edges, hackers took great pride choosing components that best achieved their performance goals, even if that was to to play all levels of Wolfenstein 3D WITHOUT having to change disks (ok, that final level was totally worth […]

Chrome just made security a little easier with their little green lock

Chrome just made security a little easier with their little green lock
Ever been searching across the web and come along a little green lock on the left side of your browser’s address bar? This coveted icon indicates that some advanced security measures are in place, and Google just made it easier for developers to identify which connection errors are keeping them away from the green lock.

As security is an ever-important […]