Articles about Google Apps
Google Drive has grown to attract more than 190 million users, for work and play, to date. Now the cloud service is taking a new turn to draw in more businesses.
Live from San Francisco, it's time to check in to see what Android upgrade or even wacky moonshot Google has prepared for the world this year.
This isn't the first time that Google and Twilio have teamed up for the greater enterprise good.
The Austin, TX-based cloud backup service provider hopes the upgrades will assure Salesforce and Google Apps users that their SaaS data is safe in the cloud.
The company behind popular junk-cleaning app, Clean Master, expands operation but profit is down.
Compiled from ZDNet's Google Voice article series, Mastering Google Voice: A primer for home users and small businesses owners, gives you just about everything you need to know to get the most out...
The Internet giant tries to convey to users that many emails are not secure once it leaves Google's hands.
Google has tapped Zendesk and another of other rising stars in the cloud to make Hangouts as ubiquitous as possible.
The rumor mill is in full cry with reports of a 12-inch iPad, or a 12-inch MacBook Air. But why both? Technical competitive analysis tells us there's an obvious — once you think about it — middle ground that moves Apple both up and down.
Frustrations with OS X Mavericks continues. And the hopeful fixes keep coming.
Google Apps users who haven't enabled two-factor authentication can expect Google to request their phone number in coming weeks as it implements a new security system.
Google's Search app just got smarter and it puts Siri to shame. The updated app is more conversational and inherits some new features from Google Now.
Google has released Docs and Sheets for iOS and Android as separate apps from Drive.
Student data is off limits now for Google's advertising business.
Readers may have given the ZDNet Great Debate to the 'yawn' vote, but the fact that Office for iPad apps are flying off the shelves suggests that Microsoft has indeed captured the imaginations of increasingly mobile users. Whether it can keep them, is the big question.