While cybercriminals create new malware strains or look for software vulnerabilities to exploit, other criminal minds happily rely on an old, yet effective, trick: phishing scams. Such scams persist because people still fall for fraudulent email that asks recipients to reveal personal information or download an attachment containing malware.
Google has combined many of its tools into one powerful productivity and collaboration platform for businesses. G Suite is now used by more than three million businesses for their day-to-day activities. These people can benefit from knowing the following tips on how to best use the G Suite.
Did you know that learning how to use an application is a two-way process? In fact, your applications learn something new about you after every interaction. They take note of your frequently visited sites and other data points to make your tasks easier so you can avoid repetitive work.
Google’s major conference has come and gone. Its keynote speech gives consumers a sneak peek at Google Assistant and the next version of Android. This will help developers get their integrations, services and apps ready before the search engine giant releases its new stuff.
Although hackers continue to develop new viruses and bug exploits, the most effective weapon in their arsenal is a simple email. All a would-be cybercriminal has to do is write a convincing message (or pretend to be a trustworthy entity) to persuade a victim to download a malware-ridden file or surrender their personal information.
This week, Google is hosting its Google Cloud Next Conference in San Francisco where the company is touting its success with establishing itself as an enterprise cloud player while also pushing forward its agenda of digging deeper into this segment. Google’s VP of Cloud, Diane Greene, took to the stage to make the announcements and […]
Formerly known as Springboard, Google Cloud Search is the newest tool available to business customers that allow users to search across G Suite products such as Drive, Gmail, Sites, Calendar, Docs, Contacts and more. It’s been described as something like Google Now exclusively for enterprise workers.
Like most cloud software platforms, Apps for Work is a great way to untether access to company documents and information from a physical location and allow employees to work more efficiently. However, no matter how much you love Apps for Work it’s always had one pretty glaring flaw.