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Google Apps, Gmail and Google Drive were hit with service disruptions.
Google finally brings the mobile web app version of Gmail closer in line with the cleaner Android and iOS apps.
If you're a small business using Google Apps, you should consider this cloud-delivered application that integrates tightly with Google Apps and Gmail.
Google's decision to restrict support for enterprise-class syncing is the latest move in a bid to move customers to its paid products and to push free Gmail users to its mobile apps.
I use smartphones across the spectrum, but with new Google apps I find that the iPhone 5 now does everything I need and I may be able to lighten my pockets.
GContact is the most popular contact management software with easy-to-use. Features 1.Drag & drop for the group editing 2. Contact...
Microsoft and Google might be archrivals in business, but you don't have to get caught in the crossfire. Google is making excellent progress in its quest to add Windows 8 (Metro) support to Chrome. And Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 apps connect well with Gmail and other Google services. Here's how to get everything to work together.
The same functionality has been available to consumer Gmail users for a while, but can now also be used by those using the standard, business, government or education flavours of Google Apps.
"A2Z Contacts" is the powerful all-in-one contact management app for your iPhone, iPad, & iPod. With "A2Z Contacts," you can easily...
Touted as the "father of Google Apps," Google's manager of Chrome for Business discusses how Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and Eric Schmidt once rejected the idea of Gmail.
After an extended preview, Google has started to push the new, simplified Gmail design to users, finally bringing the entire Google Apps suite under one GUI umbrella.
Spanning's second version of its Google Apps backup is generally available and now covers Gmail.
Google has revived the ability for Gmail users to access the web-based email system even when they are not connected to the internet.The company had shut down the capability in May as a result of the decision to kill Gears, Google's erstwhile tool for allowing web apps to run offline.
Google announced overnight that it would add offline capability to its Apps suite of cloud-based software, including Gmail, Calendar and Docs.
Google will add offline capability to its Apps suite of cloud-based software, including Gmail, Calendar and Docs.
Google has more than tripled the amount of email storage it makes available to users of Google Apps for Education.The storage limit was 7GB, the same as is offered by default to normal consumers that use Gmail, but is as of this week 25GB, the same as is given to Gmail for Business subscribers.
Google has updated its iOS Google Sync product, which keeps the native mail and calendar apps on Apple's iPhone and iPad devices synchronised with Google's Gmail, Calendar and Contacts services.In a blog post on Wednesday, software engineer Steve Hardt said the updated version had three key enhancements.
The bug apparently occurs when a user has both a Gmail account and a Google Apps account. The cookies get confused and then you're in redirect hell.
Google breaks Gmail app apart from Android OS--are other Google apps next?
Google's enterprise ambitions with Google Docs and Gmail are well known, but the company also has the potential to land enterprise software developers going forward with hybrid cloud apps, according to a Forrester Research report.
Have you ever wanted to log into services like iGoogle, YouTube, Blogger, or Picasa using your Google Apps account? In order to log into those services, you are forced to sign up for a Gmail address Google Account, and to use that for single sign on.
Despite my concerns about Google’s überdominance (All Your Data Are Belong To Us), I think many of their web apps are pretty darned useful, and Gmail tops my list. I have Gmail set up with the IMAP mail protocol, using Google Apps for my domain name, so that I can use the Evolution client on Ubuntu, and then when out of the office I can use the Gmail webmail functionality.
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