Google have released a new Administration exam for Google Apps
Google have today released a new extension for Chrome that allows you to open any file in Google Drive directly from your browser.
We’ve started to see reports that people are receiving Google Domain invites. This invite-only beta service appears to be Googles
There’s a growing list of amazing apps for ChromeOS which is increasingly making it easier to use a Chromebook as
Googles upcoming Material interface design has started to show itself throughout their product range. The next version of Android, currently named L, will feature the Material design as standard and the it’s started to appear within Google Apps.
Google+ communities have to be one of the stand out features of Google+. There’s such a range of communities and
Google have released a new update for ChromeOS. This is classed as a “stable” update which means it will go on the machines of end users rather than developers or other brave soles signed up for the beta or dev updates.
We’re all familiar with the amazing Chromebook laptops but you may not know that you can also get Chromebox devices.
It’s been a while since the various parts of Google Apps received a make over. The current look has been
If you run a website you’ll be used to using Google Analytics to assess your visitor habits and levels. However
Google recently launched Suggested Edits allowing you to make changes which can be accepted or not by the owner of
ChromeOS has a terminal app which gives you access to a range of useful command line tools.
Yes folks, despite the rain and thunder, today is a great day for Chromebook fans. Google have released three new adverts
Quartz have a good article on their site this morning about just why there are so few competitors in the search market
I often have to make changes to DNS records when I’m onsite with clients performing Google Apps migrations or changes to
The guys over at PlusYourBusiness have created this amazing info-graphic titled “How to improve engagement on Google+”. Not only does