Comparing packages and pricing Source: Microsoft There is a difference between the overall cost of Google Hangouts Meet and Skype for Business. Since Meet is included with G Suite, you can have access to it for the monthly subscription cost of $6 per user per month for the most basic package. The nice thing about this program is if you invite someone to join a meeting and they don't have a G Suite account, they can still join as a guest at no cost. Unfortunately, to join weekly meetings, they will ultimately need a G Suite subscription. As part of your meeting set up, Google gives you a toll-free call-in number for those who can't join via video. There is no extra cost charged by Google for those who call-in. … [Read more...] about Google Hangouts Meet vs. Skype for Business: Which conferencing tool is better for you?
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Coronavirus Updates Latest News from the CDC Critical IT policies and tools (TechRepublic) COVID-19 mapped: Azure-powered tool IDs most vulnerable populations 7 ways the tech and services industry could be transformed Dashboard delivers real-time view of virus Roundup: Cyber-security during the pandemic Coronavirus-tracking smartphone apps get green light It's the end of tech events as we know them Recovering our tech economy after COVID-19 India's greatest IT challenge yet RDP and VPN use skyrockets With demand up 775%, Microsoft caps its Cloud Networks drop fixed broadband limits How the 3D printing industry is stepping up They want to use your location data to fight pandemic … [Read more...] about Google Hangouts Meet’s daily usage soars during COVID-19 outbreak
The one major restriction that interested parties still must adhere to relates to compatible devices. At present, only the Nexus 6, Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X work with Project Fi (all Google-branded smartphones). Google hasn't yet said if it plans to open up the service to other (outside) devices or not. … [Read more...] about Google removes Project Fi invite requirement, now open to all with supported smartphone
Google has officially taken the wraps off its much anticipated wireless service, dubbed Project Fi. As expected, the company is essentially actings as an MVNO, providing cellular connectivity using infrastructure from carrier partners, but throwing in its own set of innovations and straightforward pricing scheme. … [Read more...] about Google’s Project Fi wireless service is official, but it’s invite-only and requires a Nexus 6
Kristina Neumann, a doctoral candidate in the department of classics at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio, used Google Earth to track trade around the ancient city of Antioch, located in present-day southeastern Turkey, near the Syrian border, at the beginning of its takeover by the Roman Empire in 64 B.C. Neumann found the use of Antioch's civic coins was more widespread than was previously thought, suggesting the city had developed broad political authority within the region before being absorbed into the Roman Empire. … [Read more...] about Ancient Syrian Trade Routes Recreated with Google Earth