Now that your organization has settled into Gmail and Google Calendar, how do you go more Google? On a high-level “going more Google” is when your company takes advantage of the full array of services that Google Apps offers enterprise users.
Your users now have access to a powerful set of tools, and after a successful mail and calendar migration, they are ready to take on more change. The natural next step is to get users comfortable with Google Drive. Recently revamped, Drive is Google’s file storage in the cloud which can store most any file type and allow users to easily share them. Drive is also the home of Google Docs, a Document, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Drawing, and Form creator app with an emphasis on real-time collaboration and sharing.
The reasons for getting users to use Google Drive spans from saving on IT costs and software licensing fees to, more importantly, enhancing the way that people in your organization share and create new information and knowledge.
Whatever your reason, it can be a challenge to inspire this paradigm shift from using desktop word processors that people have used for most of their entire professional careers to using Google Drive. In the next post, we discuss some helpful strategies used by our clients to go more Google and get users on board with using these great new tools.