More than five million companies, worldwide, rave about the time and money they save by using Google Apps for meetings. Since it’s a cloud-based program, teams of workers have the ability to work together on a document in real time. They can edit and collaborate without sending and resending attachments for edits.
This productivity tool is also appealing since it can be worked with at any time of the day or night and from any place imaginable. No one is stuck at the office. They are free to travel anywhere in the world and pick up where they left off when they return to their workstation.
An application of this magnitude is a blessing for workers who don’t wish to tote around extra gadgetry like flash drives. In fact, the apps are so portable they can be uploaded onto a tablet or mobile phone without added devices.
Companies wishing to make the transition from office software to Google’s suite of cloud-based apps, find the company is available to walk them through the steps at any time. Some of the more popular features are its communication tools that can be used to set up an intranet.
There are a number of Google Apps designed for business which makes meetings more purposeful. All are great communication tools. Notable among them is Google Gadgets that makes calendar events and tasks accessible without leaving the Gmail webpage. Its chat feature is good for receiving instant feedback.
With all its functionality, many companies are abandoning traditional software in favor of the Google Apps suite. Google Apps for business has proven successful for companies in business for years as well as with start-ups.
An important feature of Google Apps is its FISMA certification. The Federal Information Security Management Act is the overseer or security watchdog of network operations of grand magnitude. Google was the first company to receive the certification.
Since companies are quite aware of computer hacks and stolen data, they appreciate the security and convenience that cloud coverage brings to meetings.