Lots of us with limited needs have loved the free edition of Google Apps.
This service lets you use Google services with your own domain name. You get access to all the cool features while retaining your own branding.
Google has however decided Read more [...]
Update: This feature update is targeted at Google Apps Apps for Business, Education and Government users only
Google has expanded the capabilities of their Google+ Hangouts platform to support 15 people simultaneously. This limit was previously Read more [...]
Update: This feature is already available to users of Gmail.
To try it out, check the box next to Enable input tools under Language in Settings.
Google has revealed on their Apps blog that their Gmail webmail platform now provide Read more [...]
Google has already removed this functionality on regular Google Accounts. They are set to remove it from Google Apps accounts as well.
Users would no longer be able to export their stored documents in the older Office file formats.
Google Read more [...]
Google has rolled out another update on their Sites platform.
Google Sites now have a more powerful commenting feature.
It is powered by the Discussions technology that support mentioning with Google+ connections. Users can also respond to Read more [...]
Google has announced that they are no longer going to fully support Internet Explorer 8 with their Google Apps platform from mid of November this year.
The company said:
Internet Explorer 10 launches on 10/26/2012, and as a result, we Read more [...]
Google has announced the launch of a new renting program in partnership with CIT.
They are offering Chromebooks and Chromebox devices on rent for USD 30 and USD 25 per month respectively.
Interesting organizations can order these for a specific Read more [...]