We had the privilege of briefly meeting with Pichai during I/O and discussing the product roadmap with him. With their recent enterprise rebrand, it got us thinking about that conversation with him last year.
Google announced big news today: Google for Work is now called Google Cloud, and Google Apps for Work is now called G Suite.
And it’s more than a name change.
G Suite not only speaks to the ecosystem of apps they’ve built and are continuing to improve upon, but they’ve announced the deeper integration with machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve your team’s efficiency and decrease the amount of time you jump between emails, meetings, and video calls so that you can focus on the important things at work.
Google is the world's biggest cloud provider.
They have 7 products with 1 billion+ users (YouTube, Android, Gmail, Google Play, Search, Maps, and Chrome). Google spends $10B every year on infrastructure alone. Yet with all this capability, why do Fortune 500 customers continue to run their own data centers or go to online retailers (Amazon) infrastructure?
Simply stated, Google has done a terrible job of explaining their capabilities to the market.
Slideshow presentations are always great ways to show information at your own pace, and unlike paper demonstrations, they transport very easily and can be shared with others easily too.
When you’re making presentations, however, be sure you’re using the best application for the job at hand. Google Slides and Microsoft PowerPoint both can solve the issue… but which one is best for the job, and if you’re making the transition to Google Apps for Work, you need to know what those key differences are.
The function of spreadsheets is to make businesses’ processes run smoothly with little effort from the user.
Many businesses have relied on Microsoft Excel as their go-to application for spreadsheets. Though it’s not intuitive, it was, for a time, the best the market offered. However, Google’s innovative spreadsheet software gives companies an option when it comes to figuring out budgets, client contacts, and more.
Switching to Google Sheets gives you access to a whole family of innovative software and features that you can’t find anywhere else.