What is Google Domains and how do you use it?

Connect a Google Site to Google Domains

Google Domains lets you purchase one or more custom domain names for your business (yourcompany.com) or for yourself (yourfirstnamelastname.com). .Com is only one of over 330 top-level domains — a.k.a. domain endings. Other popular endings include .org, .net, .info, and .us. Many new technology companies … [Read more…]

What is Google Tables and What is it For?

Google Tables is a product that originated in Area 120. No, Area 120 is not a place in the Nevada desert where aliens are studied. It’s the name for Google’s in-house incubator. Tables was launched in September 2020. It can be viewed as a middle … [Read more…]

How To Create a Google Account Without Gmail

Many people have a need for a free Google Account. However, they don’t want or need a Gmail address. This includes longtime users of a personal email service from Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL, Comcast and others.

Just a few of the reasons you may want to create a Google Account (without Gmail) are:

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Pixelbook Go: The Ideal Travel Companion

Google's Pixelbook GoGoogle released Pixelbook Go on October 27, 2019.

Go is marketed as a consumer laptop. But since this is a business-oriented site, we’ll take a corporate angle on this new Google offering.

If you’re not familiar with Chromebook’s Chrome OS, it’s a lightweight operating system that can be considered “browser first”—mainly a gateway to the cloud.

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Should Your Business Be Deploying Chromebook?

Chromebook runs on Google’s lightweight operating system, Chrome OS. Chrome OS is so lightweight that it doesn’t support running traditional locally installed business applications.

This is changing to to some degree, as several recent model Chromebooks support installed Android apps. Example models are the Acer Chromebook R 11 Convertible and the Google Chromebook Pixel.

Many developers will need to make changes to their Android apps in order to fully support Chrome OS. Even if an app is made compatible with Chrome OS, it may not be as robust as its Windows or macOS counterpart.

Chromebooks ship with under 32GB of local storage. But this is more than enough space to run multiple Chrome extensions.

Chrome OS updates are easy and fast to apply. This makes Chromebook an attractively secure choice in light of recent ransomware attacks, in which older unpatched operating systems were exploited.

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