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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1. TikTok - ✔️2. WhatsApp - ❌3. Instagram- ❌4. Netflix- ❌5. Uber Eats - ❌6. Messenger (Facebook) - ❌7. Snapchat - ✔️8. Love Island - ❌9. eBay - ❌10. Amazon Shopping - ✔️11. Amazon Prime Video - ✔️12. Tesco Clubcard - ❌13. Just Eat - ❌14. Google Play Games - ❌15. BT Sport - ❌Then there's all of Google's apps which - if the US Huawei Ban continues - won't ever be available on the platform. That means no access to apps such as Google Maps, YouTube, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Photos and more. … [Read more...] about Huawei thinks its App Gallery can truly rival Google’s Play Store… but that’s some ask
It's certainly not the time for jokes. And search giant Google rightly seems to agree. According to a report in Business Insider, the company is is canceling all its Fool's Day pranks this year. According to the report, Lorraine Twohill, head of marketing at Google, wrote in an email (first obtained by Business Insider) to the company's managers, “Under normal circumstances, April Fools’ is a Google tradition and a time to celebrate what makes us an unconventional company.” Announcing the break from the tradition for this year, the email added, "This year, we're going to take the year off from that tradition out of respect for all those fighting the Covid-19 pandemic." "Our highest goal right now is to be helpful to people, so let's save the jokes for next April, which will undoubtedly be a whole lot brighter than this one." "We've already stopped any centralized April Fools efforts but realize there may be smaller projects within teams that we don’t know … [Read more...] about Google to managers: Let’s save the jokes for next April
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
Google on Tuesday rolled out an India-specific website on coronavirus that delivers comprehensive information about the pandemic, and how to stay productive during this time. The website -- -- www.google.co.in/covid19 - contains information such as key helpline numbers, content about symptoms, protective measures, known treatments, and the latest global and Indian statistics. It also hosts a collection of videos on how people can use their time productively while at home, as well as resources and training modules for individuals, small businesses, and educators to stay connected and informed, especially when self-isolated at home. The website has four key sections: health information, safety and prevention tips, data & insights, and resources. The Safety and Prevention Tips section consists of educational and informative links and videos by the Union Health Ministry, aiming to convey to people the importance of washing hands, declaring symptoms, and adopting responsible … [Read more...] about Google launches India-specific COVID-19 website