Google has added some new privacy controls to Google+ to give business users a more secure way to share sensitive information on the social network.
On Tuesday the company added "restricted communities" to Google+, as a way to have conversations on the social network but with privacy-aware controls. Users can decide whether to open the community to everyone at their company, or open only on an invite basis.
Google has launched a new tool that connects people with experts over live interactive video for free or paid advice, while adding a revenue stream for the company in the form of transaction fees from providers.
People can choose help from others, instant or scheduled, on the new Helpout service based on their qualifications, availability, price, ratings and reviews.
Whirlpool, grand fabricant et distributeur d’électroménager, vient d’adopter les solutions Google apps for Business. L’objectif est d’accélérer la communication entre les différents pôles géographiques du groupe.
Whirlpool revoie sa stratégie IT en adoptant les solutions Google apps for Business.
Adding convenience possibly at the expense of security, Google will now let people without a Google Account view documents stored in its Apps cloud suite.
The move is meant to simplify how Apps customers share files with outsiders.
Until now, Apps customers could only grant document access to users with a Google Account. People who didn't have an account or who weren't logged in to their account couldn't get into the documents even when invited to do so via an emailed link from an Apps user.
The most recent batch of changes to the developer version of Google Chrome in Windows 8 includes a new mode to run Chrome OS in the Metro/Modern UI portion of that OS. That by itself isn't unusual; many software makers (Mozilla, for instance) are making Modern UI versions -- or at least facets -- of their apps.
What's unusual is that this full-screen version of Chrome has been tailored to look and work exactly like the full-blown version of Google's Chrome OS.
Google has wheeled out a new type of application for its Chrome browser that according to the company combines the best of desktop and cloud software.
Equating them to tablet- and smartphone-like apps for desktops and laptops, Google said on Thursday that they mix "the speed, security, and flexibility" of the Web with the "functionality" of software installed on devices.
Hewlett-Packard announces its entry into the Google Apps Reseller program as it cozies up to Google in business. Hewlett-Packard is now a Google Apps reseller, as it continues to lean more on Google-related products and tries to make itself more relevant in the age of the mobile device. Those mobile devices now include the Google-software-based HP SlateBook x2, HP Chromebook, and HP Slate 7.
Google confirmed that it has ported part of QuickOffice, a popular iOS and Android app substitute for Microsoft Office, to a technology baked into Chrome OS and the company's Chrome browser.
Hewlett-Packard has announced the availability of its latest Pavilion laptop with Google's Chrome OS as the PC maker tries to improve laptop sales by offering an alternative to the Windows OS.
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