All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Apps’

Google Launches Google Apps Reseller API

Google has launched a new Reseller API for IT service providers and channel tools developers who want to scale their businesses. It enables these businesses to integrate and automate components of the Google APps reseller tools into their own customer and sales systems. The API supports Google Apps for Business, Google Drive Storage and Google Apps Vault, allowing resellers to …

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New Admin Features Launched For Google Apps

Google announced today that Google Apps admins can now support the needs of different user groups in their business or organization with new email settings. “Google Apps delivers a stream of innovation that brings new features to end users,” writes product manager Adam Dawes on the Google Enterprise blog. “That same innovation also applies to our Apps administrators. In the …

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Google Launches New Way To Sync Contacts

Google has introduced a new way to sync Google Contacts between the desktop and mobile devices. This comes in the form of the CardDAV open protocol. Developers will be able to take advantage of the protocol to make their apps better in how they handle your contacts. Product manager Jeff Ellingson explains in a blog post, “For many years, we’ve …

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Google Apps Will Soon Stop Supporting Internet Explorer 8

Google announced today that it will soon stop supporting IE 8, so if you’re an Internet Explorer user who also uses Google Apps, you might want to consider upgrading soon. “As we announced last year, we support the latest version of Google Chrome (which automatically updates whenever it detects that a new version of the browser is available) as well …

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Google Apps Vault Now Available For New Customers

Google announced today that Google Apps Vault is now available online to new customers. The product was launched earlier this year as a new governance solution for Google Apps for businesses of all sizes, but certainly for businesses at the enterprise level. Google says it can reduce costs of litigation, regulatory investigation and compliance. “Until now, many small and medium-size …

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Google Launches Chromebook Rental Program

If you run a business and are looking to supply your fleet with personal computers, Google hopes that a new program will send you their way. Today, the company is announcing a new Chromebook rental program, which will allow organizations to rent the devices for just $30 a month. “Imagine you’re setting up shop for a local political campaign and …

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Google Launches New Google+ Business Features

Google announced the launch of some new business-specific Google+ features today. These include private sharing for within the organization, video meetings integrated with Gmail, Calendar and Docs, and some admin controls. The features are only available in preview mode right now, for Google Apps customers. “Google Apps users now have more control over the content they post to Google+,” says …

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Google Analytics Gets New Apps Script Automation

Google announced today that it has released a new Google Analytics feature, that enables data from GA to be put into any Apps Script-supported product more easily. That includes Google Docs, Sites and Spreadsheets. “Many people have been asking for a simple way to put Google Analytics data into a Google Spreadsheet,” says Google engineer Nick Mihailovski. “Once the data …

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Google Apps Now Offers 30 TLDs (Including ccTLDs)

Google announced today that Google Apps now offers 30 top-level domain options, including 22 country code TLDs (ccTLDs). Google has partnered with domaindiscount24.com to offer them. “A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) such as .com.es or .jp helps companies build a local footprint on the web, and ccTLD support is one of the most-requested features for Google Apps,” said Hugues …

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Google Gives Update On Transition From Postini To Google Apps

Google acquired Postini back in 2007, and since then, it has slowly transitioned features from the hosted security and archiving service into Google Apps. Google provided an updated today about the plan moving forward, as it plans to have Postini fully transitioned into Google Apps by the end of next year. “In the past two years, we developed and released …

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Google Is Shutting Down More Services

Google announced late on Friday that it is shutting down a few more services: Google Apps For Teams, Google Listen and Google Video for Business. “We introduced Google Apps for Teams in 2008 to allow people with a verified business or school email address to collaborate using non-email applications from Google like Google Docs, Google Calendar and Google Talk,” says …

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Google Apps Improves Its Security

Google announced today that it has implemented two new security features into Google Apps. One enables tighter password verification for businesses, and the other enhances Microsoft Active Directory integration. The announcement came from Rishi Dhand, product manager for Google Apps, in a blog post over at the Official Google Enterprise Blog. The first security upgrade for Google Apps users is …

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