Mobile Device Management in Google Apps

Mobile Device Management in Google Apps

MDM for Android has been available for sometime and now Google has added iOS Sync for Google Apps. iOS Sync for Google Apps helps deliver the 'increased security' needed to protect files, emails, documents and more on an iPhone or iPad. 

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Helpful app of the week: Quickoffice

​When you move your company to Google Apps, you're moving to a platform that is continuously improving. Many of these improvements are incremental, but others deliver entirely new functionality into your organization. Over the past week, Google has made Quickoffice Pro available, for free, to all Google Apps for Business customers. ​

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Should I download Google Drive?

Well, should you download Drive? As always, it depends. If we do "Download Drive for Mac or Windows" we're downloading local software that will run on that specific computer. Downloading Drive doesn't affect our web-based version, it just gives us another access point to our Drive. ​

Google Drive is a platform. It can run on the Web, on the desktop and on your mobile devices all at the same time. ​

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QuickOffice Pro HD for iPad now free for Google Apps for Business

Great news for you iPad lovers out there. QuickOffice Pro for iPad is now free for people leveraging Google Apps for Business. Google acquired Quickoffice in June of this year and had been working hard to incorporate the technology into Drive and Docs.
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It's going to be a Google Gadget Christmas

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.
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Post-PC Era 101

Tomorrow marks the 30th anniversary of the IBM PC. The PC ultimately changed everything at work, at school and at home. The PC became the center of our computing experience. But, know it or not and like it or not, you are now taking part in the most important transition to date in the history of computing. All of us are moving towards a Post-PC era and most of us are farther along in this transition than we realize. If the PC is no longer the center of computing? What is? You are.
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