The Google Apps Business

Google Apps in a business transforms how your team collaborates and gets things done.  Your team is not limited by hardware, IT or software constraints.  You have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of cloud computing for your core productivity:

Faster And Fluid

If your business is still on a client-server or POP3 email setup, you are in the slow lane.  There are multiple points of failure.  There is IT maintenance.  There’s likely a server and possibly a headcount.  It’s not necessary.

Every day, your organization’s knowledge work continues to create mounds of information.  You want to move quickly towards decisions and actions.  You want the systems you use to be transparent and frictionless.

Having search as a platform for all things helps you to quickly move within your information stream quickly and access it as you need it to execute.  This is extended to your team, customers and partners securely by your control in the cloud.

Hire a new person, and get them up and running adopting your business model quickly.

Fire a person and their access is removed immediately.

The world we live in demands speed, agility and fluidity while driving clarity.  The Google Apps business runs this way with the right business processes and workflow set up for your team.  Training  your team on best practices increases the speed and delivery of your team.

In our Google Apps consulting, we have seen slow and outdated modes of doing business and have also seen the transformation of a Google Apps business that operates in the cloud.  Noone we have met ever wants to go back.  The reason is that there is pure liberation and an ease of work.  Furthermore, your vision grows.  Integrating with other solutions to further automate your business processes becomes easier and more inviting.  There are new possibilities and opportunities to drive productivity, collaboration and revenue.

What are the promises you have enjoyed or hope for in cloud computing with Google Apps?

Published by Don Dalrymple

I partner with founders and entrepreneurs in startup businesses. I write and consult on strategy, systems, team building and growing revenue.

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