In-depth Review Of Google Apps For Small Business

Entrepreneur: In-depth Review Of Google Apps For Small Business

If you use the internet and your firm is not Google Apps-savvy, you are making a mistake, reviewer Jonathan Blum says. He goes on to reviews “the great, the not-so-great and the downright awful Google small-business tools.”

“In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s not Bill Gates’ world any more. Sure, Microsoft remains the dominant office software provider, with 450 million deployed users, according to data from the company. But its downcoast rival, Mountain View, Calif.-based Google, has broken Microsoft’s lock on office software products. More than 2 million firms and 25 million users now handle their e-mail, documents and other office tasks using Google’s web-based professional office suite, Google Apps.

And for good reason.

Google’s office tools offer a mind-boggling array of cloud-based productivity options to even the smallest firms: Essentially everything you do at work is now available anywhere, anytime, from any online connection. Better yet, it’s all free for the standard version–or $50 per year per user for the Premier version, which includes additional storage and high-quality, unlimited support.”

Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing addresses the technology needs of small businesses, which are defined as businesses with fewer than 500 employees and/or less than $7 million in annual sales.

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