Posts Tagged ‘Google’


Top 10 Must-Do Tips For Creating & Updating Your Website or Blog

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Your website is the most important technology needed today to grow your small business.   Yes. It is more important than Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Smartphones, Tablets and everything else you read about.

We recently underwent a big project to move and update several of our company Websites and Blogs.  We learned a lot from these projects and would like to share some of experiences.

The following are the top 10 tips that helped us minimize the time, cost and hassle of this project.

 

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Low-Cost Way to Share Files on the Web in a Small Business

Monday, August 1st, 2011

photo credit: freedigitalimages.net by nokhoog buchachon

Question from a Manager

I was looking to store some company files (powerpoint presentations, excel workbooks, etc) in the cloud securely and inexpensively.  That way my other managers and partners can access them and upload updates.  Sort of like a Microsoft Share-point without the overhead.  Any suggestions?  ….keep reading for the answer!

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What is Google Wave? …and How will it Effect my Business?

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

We attended Google’s IO Developer Conference in San Francisco in May 2009.  During the first day Keynote, Google announced and Demo’d Google Wave.  It took me 15-20 minutes before I “got” what they were introducing.  The Wave Software has the potential to change the way we communicate and significantly change the software we use in business today.

It will be a few years before we know if Google Wave is going to take off.  However, it is very helpful to understand how the web could change when planning  your business IT Infrastructure.

Introduction to Google Wave

This is a very short easy to understand YouTube video introducing you to Google Wave.

Google Developer Conference – Google Wave Keynote Announcement

This is a very long (1 hour and 20 minutes) YouTube video introducing Google Wave during the May 2008 Google Developer Conference in San Francisco.