It is a little known fact that Google is one of the top 5 server manufactures in the world. In fact Google's entire ~$50,000,000,000 business runs on custom hardware, software, networks and data centers. In short, Google is a serious player in the hardware business, they just happen to use it all for themselves. But with a healthy ecosystem, including the likes of Samsung, and the purchase of Motorola Mobility; Google is becoming a very serious player in the consumer hardware business.
In fact, only Apple can match Google's device offerings. We thought it would be fun to review Google's current lineup.
THE MODERN CLASSROOM OF TOMORROW LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE THE CLASSROOM OF TODAY. You don't need a computer lab, you don't need servers, you don't expensive software, you don't need to bulldoze your way through upgrades, you don't need any of this clutter - you just need the Web.
If your employees are leveraging Dropbox to get work done, you should give them Dropbox. More importantly, you should control Dropbox in the same way the firm manages other technologies - email, calendaring, the phone system, laptops, project management, Word, etc.
Umzuzu is a small, bootstrapped firm in the Kansas City area. Certainly year 11 is much easier than year 1, but we never forget our roots. We understand the desire and value of the DIY projects. They can often save money, especially initially. But as we all know, DIY projects can be surprisingly complex!
On January 16th, Google announced upcoming pricing changes to G Suite. Starting on April 2, 2019, G Suite Basic Edition will increase by $1 (from $5 or $4.16 to $6 per user/month) and G Suite Business Edition will increase by $2 (from $10 to $12 per user/month). Save more than 40% by contacting us prior to 4/2/2019!