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Browsing posts tagged with: G Suite

Using G Suite for a collaboration tool

How to Turn G Suite at Work Into Collaboration Nirvana
January 9, 2018 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

 For companies choosing a hosted productivity solution, there are two obvious options—Office 365 and G Suite. At first glance, they seem fairly similar. Both offer email, storage and a range of productivity tools like word processing, spreadsheets and presentation applications. But what you might not notice with one of the options is a little problem
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G Suite gains enterprise ground

G Suite Gains Enterprise Ground as Users and IT Get More Comfortable
December 20, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

G Suite is still the underdog compared to Microsoft Office 365. What’s keeping enterprises away? With Google dominating the consumer space, introducing it into the workplace seems like a natural fit for employee experience and productivity. The problem is, enterprises are ingrained in the Microsoft stack, and have been building entire workflows around Office products
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Monitoring G Suite and Salesforce together with AppNeta

Your G Suite Will Now Include Salesforce: Can You Monitor Them Both?
December 11, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

Gmail is an unquestionable titan. 20% of all emails sent worldwide are sent using the Gmail platform, and a total of 1.2 billion users. This email dominance is reflected in the enterprise versions of its applications, known collectively as G Suite. Gmail and the other G Suite apps are now gaining ground for business use.
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Missing SaaS features can really throw a wrench into cloud adoption

SaaS Apps and Feature Gaps
April 20, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology

We’re slowly getting used to cloud and SaaS applications in every area of our lives—including at work. Even huge enterprises are starting to move important business apps to the cloud, like Office 365 and Google Docs. That shift affects IT and end users a lot, as both adjust to using and supporting new, cloud-based tools.
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