Google’s Drive File Stream is a new desktop app that allows you to access all of your Drive files directly from your computer, which means you’ll use very little hard drive space and you’ll spend less time waiting for files to sync.
At NeoCloud we have a vision of a future without servers in your office. One of the biggest issues many companies face when trying to abandon on-premise servers is that of Active Directory. So many are relying on shared drives for line of business applications and on Active Directory Group Policy for managing their devices that they couldn’t imagine life without at least a single server in their closet. Thankfully, we’re beginning to see what a cloud-based Active Directory future looks like.
In our post earlier this week on Google's latest Interop update, we mentioned that our team was in the process of testing and configuring the new features, which allow users in organizations running both G Suite and Microsoft Exchange Server to see each other’s free/busy information in Google Calendar’s Find a Time and Microsoft Outlook’s Scheduling assistant. This should make scheduling much easier and, great news, our MCSE and Google certified engineers, unique in the industry, were able to get this working and our support team can now help get this set up for you.
That’s the question you should be asking if you’re thinking about investing in CRM for your enterprise or if you’re less than impressed with usage of your current platform. Everyone knows Salesforce, the most recognized name in the market. They command 3 times more market share than the closest competition. There’s no shortage of conferences, training, workshops, and other support around salesforce...but at what cost? So back to the question, is your CRM Dead or Alive?
Google is making it easier for organizations leveraging the benefits of using G Suite tools and Microsoft Exchange (including Office 365) in parallel. It’s not unusual and often beneficial for companies to use both systems. Now, with Google’s latest update to Calendar Interop, users can see each other’s free/busy information in Google Calendar’s Find a Time and Microsoft Outlook’s Scheduling assistant.
There’s no getting around it: the “cloud” can be controversial. I hear the doubts and concerns all the time when speaking with potential customers. Questions like “is my data secure?” and “what will my staff do if we’re not manually managing systems?” come up daily. These sorts of concerns are psychological barriers to the cloud, and I believe they can be summed up in three categories: fear of change, fear of becoming irrelevant, and a fundamental mistrust in cloud migration.
On July, 1, 2017, we officially acquired the cloud services business of California-based cloud consulting provider Business Intelligence 101 (Bi101). This new partnership expands our client base by 30% and brings our relationship count with prefered partners to 50+, significantly increasing the solutions we’re able to offer to our valued customers.
NeoCloud CEO Van Murray was announced as one of the Triangle Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Leadership Award winners. This award is a great testament to Van’s involvement in the community and to the growing visibility he has generated in the Triangle and also nationally for NeoCloud’s managed cloud services.
Cloud technology has become a vital part of enterprise productivity and collaboration, which is why over three million people rely on G Suite (formerly Google Apps for Work) on a daily basis. This integrated suite of Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar, Hangouts and more has become a hub of productivity for businesses worldwide.
Businesses today rely on a growing number of cloud applications, each requiring their own login credentials. Traditionally, IT would have to provision accounts within each application and users would have to remember their username and password for dozens of services.
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