The Google in the Enterprise Blog helps professionals get the most out of Google Apps. For 2012, there were 10 posts that stood out from the rest.
Google Apps continue to grow in popularity as the office productivity suite of choice for many businesses. The TechRepublic Google in the Enterprise Blog chronicled many of the ways businesses ranging from the one-man shop to major multinational corporations are using Google Apps in their day-to-day operations. Ten of these blog posts stood out from the rest.
Ten most popular
1. The difference between Gmail, a Google Account, an Apps Account, and an Apps for Business Account
There are four types of Google email accounts. Susan Cline explains the difference between each type and how they apply to enterprise users.
No matter how hard you try, your Gmail is going to get bloated with old messages. Take advantage of Google's archive system to manage the clutter.
Susan Cline debunks ten common myths about the collaborative website development tool Google Sites.
Chromebooks start shipping on June 15, 2011, but can you actually productively work on one? Kevin Purdy answers the questions everyone is asking.
While being able to use several email clients to connect to Gmail may seem to be a benefit, one company's experience exposes some complex problems.
Here's how to setup Google Drive for organization-wide file sharing.
Kevin Purdy shares a few clever tricks and workarounds he uses to get more out of Google Drive.
If you use Gmail or Google+ Hangouts, you can call any U.S. or Canadian phone number for free. Andy Wolber shows you how.
Perhaps it is the proverbial mountain out of a molehill, but the wording of the Google Drive TOS just doesn't seem right.
Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook allows users to stay in their comfort zone while still using Google Apps for Business.
Over the past two years, the Google in the Enterprise Blog has demonstrated that, for many businesses, Google Apps is all the productivity applications they require. However, there is always room for improvement - whether it is in terms of features or best practices.