Software updates may be a pain to keep up with, but it’s always a nice surprise when Google doles out new updates for their cloud platform. Every month, G Suite, formerly known as Google Apps, gets new updates and enhancements that provide huge quality-of-life improvements for businesses and consumers.
To those who are unfamiliar with Google Cloud Platform, it’s an app-development program offered via Google’s public cloud. It is Google’s answer to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. Like those two cloud platforms, Google Cloud Platform offers similar services and a similarly structured free-trial period.
Google Cloud Search is the latest tool launched for business customers that allow users to search across their G Suite products including Drive, Gmail, Sites, Calendar, Docs, Contacts and more. It was previously available in a limited preview, named Springboard, and was described as something similar to Google Now for enterprise workers.
Social media marketing is tricky, to say the least. It’s difficult to allocate the resources that create the desired effect, especially when so many platforms are available. Facebook might be the biggest name in the industry, but that doesn’t mean it will suit your organization.
Google Play has a wealth of applications that you can wyopend a whole day exploring. But with numerous categories and hundreds of apps available on Google’s App Store, looking for productivity-increasing tools may be too time-consuming. Sifting through dozens of potentially helpful apps amidst a bunch of barely useful ones might not be the best use of your time, so we did the choosing for you.
Google and Microsoft have both set impressive milestones in the tech industry. These industry giants continually roll out innovative solutions that simplify the lives of users around the world, especially with G Suite and Office 365. This raises a question: Which is a better option for your business?
Cost and commitment
G Suite offers two pricing plans: $5 and $10 per user per month.
By now, that voice on your smartphone that you constantly rely on to search for recipes or movie schedules may already be part of your Googling routine. As helpful as it is, barking commands at your Google Assistant, an intelligent personal assistant, isn’t always the best way to go.
Until fairly recently, the development and creation of apps was a task accomplished only by seasoned coders and programmers. However, Google’s newest product offers businesses and users the opportunity to create their own apps with little to no programming language required.
More people use Google than they use any other search tool available. Because of this, Google constantly strives to improve functionality and its users’ search experience. So to that end, Google recently decided to make mobile search its top priority.
This year, Google announced its grand entry into a market largely dominated by major companies like Samsung and Apple with the production of its first smartphone — the Google Pixel. Although it sports a design similar to the iPhone, Google is planning to offer distinct features that will enhance the user experience.