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  • Hands on with GMail’s Inbox

    Posted by on Thursday, October 23, 2014

    This is a first hand look at Google’s new Inbox application!

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  • This image speaks volumes to me. It’s how we work now. But it’s very likely the combination of your personal device(s) and enterprise operating system (beyond mail, calendar and contacts) is very limiting -or at the very least, not ideal. What about your documents, presentations, images, videos… you know, the actual content that is pertinent […]

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  • Steve Jobs has been top of my mind lately. It’s now been three years since his unfortunate passing and it’s still hard to digest. This lead me to research on some of his historical speeches and moments. While doing so, I came across when Steve Jobs completely changed the landscape of mobility and introduced the iPhone on […]

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  • With Google Drive we are faced with a conundrum. We have this incredible new platform with Google Drive for Work and also some tried and true methodologies of file organization that we rely on. Google Drive was trying to tell us to do something different than what we’re accustomed to from a traditional file server/ structure. So […]

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  • What is the Shellshock Bug?

    Posted by on Friday, September 26, 2014

    First some context.  The Shellshock bug affects a program called ‘bash’, installed on many Unix and Linux based systems (including Mac OS, Web Servers, Firewalls, Routers, etc…).  Bash is a component of systems that allows programs to talk to each other, and allows users to execute tasks on the system.  The best analogy I have […]

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  • There have been numerous articles on the importance of a disaster recovery plan. What I believe gets overlooked is that “disruption” and “disaster” fall into the same category -the same recovery plan. Should you have systems and processes in place to protect your business data from disaster? Absolutely. Should you be just as interested in […]

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  • Organizations that use Google Drive efficiently enjoy the ability to have users work with files anywhere, anytime, from any device, without having to rely on clunky remote access solutions or unsanctioned personal file sharing accounts to get the job done. Furthermore, Drive is an extremely cost-efficient solution, and fully integrated into the Google Apps platform, making […]

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  • We were fortunate enough to be invited to speak at the 2014 Google I/O Extended in NJ. Profound Cloud joined CEO Dennis “Terry” Harabin of Spudder to discuss utilizing cloud technologies in order to increase productivity and accessibility across an organization. Throughout our discussion we tackled the idea of expanding Beyond GMail by making the most out of internal competitive advantages. […]

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  • Google Apps vs Office 365 Comparison Guide

    Posted by on Wednesday, August 6, 2014

    The shift away from on-premise IT infrastructure in favor of shared “public” cloud environments for email and collaboration is undeniable. Cloud solutions offer superior mobility and collaboration features, lower IT capital expenditures, and a reduced burden on IT departments. It’s no wonder that 55% of enterprises are expected to transition email to the cloud by […]

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  •   Overview. For the past four months I’ve made the decision to use close-to-nothing but Chrome devices at the office. I do own a MacBook Air but decided to only use it if, and only if, my Chromebook will not complete the task. If you’d like to know the quick and dirty… My Mac’s been […]

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