Category Archives: Solo Practitioner

Google DRIVE – turning log data into information

A great positive about Google DRIVE, is the simple collaboration it enables via being able to share amongst any group of people. Could be as simple as some friends, family members and hobbyists with a common passion that want to … Continue reading

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Google Apps “Ecosystem” – 47 Stats about it

Google Apps has achieved the ripe old age of 7.  Brought to life in August 2006, the original offering had 4 basic services – gMail, gCalendar, Docs and PageMaker.  To express how fast and how much Google Apps has expanded … Continue reading

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Intelligent Attachments – Cloud based storage advantage Example 2

My first post about Intelligent Attachments (1/22/13) describes how new application logic in cloud based email (i.e. Gmail) brings benefits to INBOUND email. Primary benefits were; 1) reduction in required INBOX storage space and reduction in network traffic volume.  End … Continue reading

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iPhone & Google Apps For Business (GAFYD.net) are BFF

Stories with “high drama about competitors” are good for selling news.  So the general media often will focus on stories where Apple and Google are pitted against each other in some manner. Yet, certain products of these companies can be … Continue reading

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GAFYD.net* can redefine CELL PHONE messaging – PART 3

Big, bigger and biggest — we see it a lot in product offerings. But as this picture hints – the age of the person connected to the feet is unknown. Is it a Child, Teen and Adult – or just … Continue reading

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Using Google Apps (For Business) to help save email marketing costs

Many statistics exist showing how companies must both avoid SPAM email that comes their way, PLUS steps they must take to avoid being considered a SPAMMER. Google’s Gmail system is considered to have one of the best SPAM filtering systems … Continue reading

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“Please & Thank You” in 58 languages via Google Android

Any international travel club will tell you that much power exists in knowing how to phrase and communicate just 3 words of a foreign language. Correctly expressing “Please” and “Thank You” in a person’s native tongue can be one of … Continue reading

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With Cloud Computing – “Everyone Can be a Business”

There is a lot of talk about “cloud computing” these days.  Multiple top companies provide cloud based offerings:  IBM, Google, Microsoft, Amazon – even Apple (iTunes Music and iPhone Apps stores are cloud computing examples).  But what is the significance … Continue reading

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What is Google? – by Eric Schmidt (CEO)

At Google’s May 2007 Annual Shareholder meeting CEO Eric Schmidt identified a new corporate tag line – “Search, Ads and Apps” reflecting a shift to go beyond search and advertising into online software applications. In a recent Aug 2009 interview … Continue reading

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The "Going Google" secret comes out…

On August 3rd Google announced something very unusual for them – use of an Advertising Campaign. In 10 years Google became a $B company via mostly work-of-mouth referrals and being ever present on the Web. In the last 2 years … Continue reading

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