In the business anatomy, the channel is as important as the message you are trying to convey or the product you are trying to sell. Miscommunications can make or break a business. A missed order here and there, a company directive that is not widely distributed among departments, an employee who failed to read an urgent memo. These small missteps can burden a company no end. The Google Apps for business will aim to change all that.
What is Google Apps?
Google Apps is the company’s version of Cloud computing. The end client, meaning you, won’t have to worry about losing important data and files. Internet attacks have been rising over the years and most of these have no criminal intent, just kids trying to showcase their ability to go into another one’s system and fiddle with their files. That leaves your business vulnerable. Just one destructive virus and you watch while your files are erased. By transferring all these to the Cloud, you won’t have to worry about accessing them anytime and anywhere. You can use your laptop or smart device on some corner of the world and still access data, presentations or calendars and conduct business in the Cloud.
How can it help you?
With the technology, your employees now work efficiently because it lessens the chance of miscommunication. Because the application allows you to edit and share files in one platform, your employees won’t have to open multiple extensions like documents, presentations or spreadsheets. The supervisor can also read the output of the employee in real time so revisions can be instructed immediately.
But this Google feature is much more than Cloud computing. It’s a novel method of working without technology dragging you down. Google Apps integration will give you peace of mind as you do away with expensive software, and costly licenses, the hardware maintenance and repair, software and hardware incompatibility and network issues.
Security is so important that it needs to be highlighted twice. Security here doesn’t only mean the external attacks from hackers or malwares circulating around on the Internet, but rather the most basic of truths: your data does not belong to anybody else. You should be the only one to manage and control it. With this feature, you are guaranteed backup of your files, encryptions and authentication to ward off unauthorized users, and increased security. The Google Apps change management will translate to a smoother transition into the Cloud.