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Sending messages from a Google Group’s email address in Gmail

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On occasion, you may need to send and receive messages to a non-descript email address, such as 'info@yourdomian.com'. And, more often than not, multiple people need this capability for one address. Instead of creating it using one of your Google Apps accounts, why not use a Google Group? You can very easily create an external address and allow members of the group to receive and send [...]

Pro Tip: Gmail Task Canvas

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Task Lists are a great way to keep track of what you need to do. Rather than writing out a to-do list, you are able to create one within Gmail. This allows you to keep track of that list wherever you go.  In this month’s Pro Tip, we will review how to view your Google Tasks in full screen mode in a new tab. From [...]

NEW! Restricted Google+ Communities

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Social media has become embedded into our culture. We use it to share ideas and experiences. Google+, a social media platform, is available to all Google Apps users. There has, however, been hesitation in the deployment of this product in businesses due to the open nature of Google+. Well, businesses asked and businesses received! Google has announced the ability to restrict Google+ communities within Google+. [...]

All about Offline Apps for Gmail, Calendar and Drive

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You’ve probably experienced the power of getting work done in Google Apps, whether it was sending mail, scheduling an event or working on a document. But did you know that you are able to access your core applications while offline? Google Apps still allows you access mail, calendar and Drive files on that rare occasion when you aren’t able to connect or if you lose [...]

Google Apps Security: Steps your Business can take to Enhance Security in the Cloud

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This week, we discussed Google Apps for Business and the security that backs it: The facts, myths and features of Google Apps for Business and The steps Google takes to ensure Privacy and Security of your Business Information. In this final part of our series, we are going to explore what additional steps your business or organization can take to further enhance the security. 2-Step [...]

Google Apps Security: Steps Google takes to Ensure Privacy and Security of your Business Information

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Yesterday, we took time to understand the difference between Google Apps consumer and business accounts. With the transition to cloud technology, businesses must know that their company data is safe in the Google cloud. How do you know your business information will be safe? Today we will review the security surrounding the Google Apps cloud. If you have specific questions, contact us. What steps does [...]

Google Apps Security: The facts, myths & features of Google Apps for Business

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The transition to cloud technology, specifically Google Apps, opens new doors that allow businesses to create collaborative and team-centric environments. With this transition, the topic of cloud security is center stage in the quest to better the IT platform of businesses. Google Apps security and privacy is expressed in many ways, and today we invite you to learn more with us as we discuss the [...]

Pro Tip: Insert Files Using Drive

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Every Monday, we post a Tip of the Week on Dito’s social media pages. This week, we recommended attaching files to your emails by using the Insert Files Using Drive attachment options menu in the compose and reply screens. In this month’s Pro Tip, we will discuss why you should ditch your traditional method, and attach files this way. Benefits of Inserting Files Using Drive [...]

Choosing between Google Apps Script and Google App Engine

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Choosing between Google Apps Script and Google App Engine is not always a clear choice. These two tools are not mutually exclusive in their functionality and could, in many cases, be used conjointly. Fundamentally, they are very similar. Both are platforms on which to build applications, both run within Google's infrastructure and both allow for integration into other Google services. Similarities abound. Differences abound as [...]