Posts Tagged ‘ Google ’

Edit Google Documents on Android and iOS

It’s now possible to, not only view filed documents on the Google Docs online application using an Android or an Apple iOS device, but users can now also edit them as well. Editing capabilities were previously restricted to desktop systems, such as Windows, Mac OS X or Linux-based PCs. Continue reading

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Google Voice for iPhone

Earlier this year we launched a Google Voice HTML5 web app for iPhone users. Today we’re taking the Google Voice experience on the iPhone to a whole new level with the launch of the official Google Voice for iPhone app.

With this native app, you’ll continue to have access to all the major Google Voice features on your iPhone, like:

  • Cheap rates for international calls
  • Free text messaging to U.S. numbers
  • Voicemail transcription
  • Display your Google Voice number as caller ID when making calls Continue reading

Managing Android devices with Google Apps

Androids

At this year’s Google Enterprise Day event in Tokyo, Google announced plans to improve the usability of Android devices in companies. To provide mobile access to corporate networks, many Android devices already offer tight integration with Google Apps, including Gmail, Google Talk and Google Calendar, as well as mobile access to Google Docs. Continue reading

Bring Your Phone to Work Day: Managing Android Devices With Google Apps

With over 200,000 devices activated each day, Android is seeing rapid adoption, and today we are launching new administrative controls that make it possible to securely manage these devices in the Google Apps environment. With this launch, Google Apps provides a comprehensive mobility solution for all major mobile platforms. You can manage most mobile devices right from the browser, without having to deploy dedicated servers. Continue reading

Google: Android Market has 100,000 apps

Android Market

Following unofficial reports from August that the Android Market had surpassed 100,000 applications, Google has confirmed via a poston the official Android Developer (AndroidDev) Twitter account that this is the case. Continue reading

Google completes Android 3.0?

While an official announcement has yet to be made, the internet is full ofrumours that Google’s Android developers have completed the next version of its popular open source mobile operating system. Android 3.0, code-named “Gingerbread”, is expected to be released before the end of the year and may require extra hardware compared to older versions. Devices that don’t meet the new minimum hardware requirements will likely remain on either version 2.1 or 2.2 of Android Continue reading

Google Apps Gains Extra Security With Two-Factor Authentication

Companies migrating their e-mail and other cloud services over to Google Apps is becoming an increasingly popular phenomenon, but there have been lingering doubts about whether making such a transition would put company security at risk. After all, there are numerous says for sysadmins to add extra layers of security for when users check their e-mail from outside the building, but switching everything to Gmail means that everything is left behind a single—and possibly insecure—password. Continue reading