Google Apps Google Apps – Work in the Future By primosiregar / December 23, 2012 See how Google Apps helps you work with any team at any time from any place with any device. You may also like All Things Google – LI By ottstomm / June 17, 2013 SimpleSignal Introduces a New Unified Communications Experience for Enterprise-Class Hosted Voice Integration into Google Apps By jastreender / June 16, 2013 Developing on the Google Cloud Platform with Java By Pseumpspent / June 15, 2013 Bitrix24 Announces Integration with Google Docs, Offers Mobile CRM and Video Chat, and Provides Self-Hosted Versions of its Cloud-Based Collaboration Service By katiemarie_myfriends392 / June 14, 2013 Cool Blind Tech – Cool Blind Tech By / June 4, 2013 Post navigation Saved By the Bell – The Friendship BusinessFairmont Consulting Group Announces New Director, Dr. Annalisa Weigel 18 thoughts on “Google Apps – Work in the Future” If you have any query then add me on chat and shoot your questions straight away. email@example.com (Google Apps Consultant). Log in to Reply but co-location still have its advantage.. Log in to Reply You should let go of your Privacy and Security concerns in order to love Google. And, I love Google now, It is great, Its like my second brain. Thank you Google. Log in to Reply Yes, but that buys your entire team email, calendar, an office suite (including a Visio-type drawing tool), a personal 5GB file server (unlimited for Google-formatted files), collaboration tools, and more, and it’s all in the cloud so it’s not device or OS specific and can be accessed anywhere with an Internet connection. Oh and Google Sites & Groups! If you want to find a good reseller, try NeoNova. We not only handle migrations, but also change management and 24/7 support + ongoing training. Log in to Reply google apps for business is way too expensive….$5 per user per month…..If I have 15 employees, that’s $75 per month….. Log in to Reply Google.com Log in to Reply MABUHAY KA GOOGLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Log in to Reply YES! 🙂 Google is AWESOME. Log in to Reply i love you google! =D Log in to Reply Slingshot has Gone Google with all of our hosted clients, and it truly is “Invisible IT” that just works. In fact, we integrated our first domain with the Google Apps platform over four years ago, and have never looked back. Now we only use Google Apps and are busy upgrading our clients onto the enterprise quality Google Apps for Education, Business and Government. Instead of downloading software, and hassling with the IT ourselves, we use apps from the Marketplace, which also just work. Log in to Reply For anyone considering Google App, PLEASE do yourself a favor. Take time to talk with an authorized Reseller that can help you completely understand all that Google Apps can do for you, and considerations to think about before deploying. It will cost you NOTHING more than going to Google and you will have a great relationship with a real human being. Contact me, or find the list of approved resellers in the Google Apps Marketplace. Log in to Reply umm… Aurora looks and works great, so I’d say that Android Tablets will soon be running Chrome OS instead Log in to Reply This will make my life easier… thanks Log in to Reply And it’s all storaged in the google database so that we can simply take the good ideas and dring them to life. and you’ll get none of the money cause we got the patent. Log in to Reply No. Log in to Reply all this is available for google apps FREE VERSION? Log in to Reply Both are mechanical, but the sounds are not nearly as “juicy”. Log in to Reply You, my friend, could use a mechanical keyboard :) Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.