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For business owners looking to increase employee productivity, one of the most heated debates is over which cloud productivity software is best. If your company uses Android devices, we have some tips on whether Microsoft Office or Google Apps is the better choice for you.
Microsoft and Google have been competing on almost every front. Both have made huge strides in machine learning, cloud computing, and productivity software. In terms of VoIP solutions, the tech powerhouses are also neck and neck with Microsoft's Skype for Business and Google's Hangouts Meet. These VoIP tools have several calling and video conferencing features in common, but depending on your company's requirements, you may prefer one over the other.
Cloud computing is a trend among businesses, and one company that's leading it is Google. After years of development and upgrades, they've released a cloud-based productivity suite known as G Suite.
Cloud computing has proven to be a cost-effective necessity for small businesses. However, there are still many owners who remain misinformed about the intricacies of cloud solutions. Here are some common misconceptions you should stop believing about the cloud.
Google recently launched a new feature on Google Drive that will improve collaboration. Users can now use a combination of Microsoft Office and G Suite while working with their teammates and clients. This update allows them to conveniently comment on Office files, images, and PDFs in the 'Preview' pane of Drive. Learn how you can take advantage of this new feature.
Google Sites, one of Google's lesser-known applications, allows businesses to intra-company create websites in minutes. Previously, G Suite account owners used it to design websites using simple templates. But with new enhancements to Google Sites, users have even more design options and features.