Our well-being directly affects our performance at work. If we feel better, we are more likely to have more productive workdays. Find out how Google suggests you can improve your well-being and keep your productivity up.
Meetings can be incredibly boring. Especially when you get more and more frustrated because “this could have been an email!” So how can you make a meeting as productive as possible? Well, read this article and find out!
Google is back with more tips on how to increase your productivity and wellbeing! This time, we’ll look at how you can transform your inbox to accomplish this goal.
It can be difficult to really get down to business when you’re trying to get stuff done. Notifications pop up everywhere, colleagues distract you with meetings and you jump from one too to the other. The people at Google know this as well, and give you some tips on how to be more productive by using your calendar more effectively.
The decision as to which software should be used across the board in a company is often not an easy one. There are now plenty of alternatives to the top dog, Microsoft 365, with Google Workspace leading the way. A study has compared the two from the users’ point of view. The results are good for a surprise here and there. Read for yourself who won the race.
As Cloud computing pioneers, Google takes their security very seriously and understands the concerns over enterprise cloud computing. In our new series about Google Workspace security, we will discuss Google’s approach to security and compliance.
Google Workspace helps us accomplish everything we need to in our jobs. From emails to file storage, Google Workspace has you covered. But what about the security built into the tool? Read on to find out.
In our new series about Google Workspace security, we will discuss Google’s approach to security and compliance. As cloud computing …
This article is the third and final of a series of articles (see part one & two) exploring the findings …
This article is part two (see part one) of a three-part series of articles exploring the findings of a Google-sponsored …