Thursday, 28 June 2012

[TechRepublic] Put a full-featured image editor directly into Google Drive

Google in the Enterprise

TechRepublic Member | June 28, 2012

Options for using mobile devices with Google Apps for email

Help users stay connected with this overview of how you can set up mobile devices to access email on Google Apps. Read more

An early glimpse inside Google I/O (pictures)

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Take advantage of Google mail search tools both powerful and simple

Google provides powerful tools to search mail with advanced text commands or via a simple search form. Read more

Put a full-featured image editor directly into Google Drive with Pixlr

There are many under advertised apps available now that Docs is Google Drive. The Pixlr Editor makes image editing a snap. Read more

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10 development technologies that refuse to die

Even as new tech drives IT forward, certain systems and languages keep the past alive. Here are 10 technologies that will be with us for a while. Read more

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