Showing posts with label Google. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Google. Show all posts

Friday, January 30, 2015

Get Google Apps for your business and have unlimited benefits !

What is Google Apps?
Google Apps is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps teams communicate, collaborate and get things done from anywhere and on any device. It's simple to set up, use and manage, so your business can focus on what really matters.
Millions of organisations around the world count on Google Apps for professional email, file storage, video meetings, online calendars, document editing and more.

Watch a video or find out more here.

These are some highlights:
Business email for your domain
Looking professional matters, and that means communicating as Gmail’s simple, powerful features help you build your brand while getting more done.
Access from any location or device
Check emails, share files, edit documents, hold video meetings and more, whether you’re at work, at home or in transit. You can pick up where you left off from a computer, tablet or phone.
Enterprise-level management tools
Robust admin settings give you total command over users, devices, security and more. Your data always belongs to you, and it goes with you, if you switch solutions.

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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Google Launches GOSF Cheap Online Deals for 3 days at throw away Prices starting 11 Dec 2013

Hello friends, if you are lookig to buy some stuff for you and your family this year end please wait!!!
Are you tired running errands carrying monstrous bags, wading through stores to avail that discount but failing to grab new merchandise? Then worry not, for Internet giant Google has a major online sale with heavy discounts, major products and competitive rates.

GOSF, an initiative by Google India looks to bring together 240 e-commerce sites and offer the best bargains and deals. If you were planning to buy that camera, here's the time as industry experts hail this as the new trend in online shopping.

Starting on 11TH, 12TH AND 13TH DECEMBER 2013 for three days of incredible online shopping deals from indias most loved retailers.

Its based on the concept of Black Friday and Cyber Monday in United States. E-commerce is a concept gaining strong grounds in India with major sites like Flipkart, E-bay and MakeMyTrip offering deals on multitude of products at discounted rates. 

The participants include 200 major e-commerce sites which have a loyal customer base. Brands like Flipkart, Myntra, Jabong, Shopperstop HomeShop18, Pepperfry, FirstCry, Snapdeal, Tradus, Zovi, Myntra, Yebhi, Bestylish, Indiatimes Shopping, PayTM Makemytrip etc are taking part in the major web-bonanza. 

Important Tips while shopping online: 

  1. If you don't feel comfortable buying or bidding on an item over the web, or if you feel pressured to place your order immediately, maybe you shouldn't. It's good to trust your sixth sense.
  2. You may want to comparison shop, online or offline, before you buy. Make sure there are not extra shipping or handling costs.
  3. Read the offer scheme, rules and policies and also the legal policies for refund, exchange etc.
  4. Find and read the privacy policy. Read the privacy policy carefully to find out what information the seller is gathering from you, how the information will be used, and how you can stop the process. If a site does not have a privacy policy posted, you may not want to do business with it.
  5. Make sure the Internet connection is secure. Before you give your payment information, check for indicators that security software is in place. See Security section for this.
  6. Use the safest way to pay on the Internet. Pay for your order using a credit card.
  7. Print the terms. You should print out and date a copy of terms, conditions, warranties, item description, company information, even confirming e-mails, and save them with your records of your purchase.
  8. Inspect your item on receiving the delivery. 

Friday, August 16, 2013

Find your Lost Android Phone in just few minutes using Android Device manager

Android Device Manager 
The feature, announced earlier this month, lets you easily find, ring, and even remotely reset your Android device from any phone, tablet, or computer.

Up till now, you'd have had to go out of your way to install (and sometimes pay for) a third-party utility in order to get such functionality. Now it's built right into Android, whether you realize it or not -- and it's always ready and available, with no added apps or running services required.

It took a little while for Android Device Manager to roll out to everyone, but so long as you're running the now-ancient Android 2.2 or higher, it's patiently waiting for you this very minute. In order to unlock its full potential, though, there's something you need to do.

It's easy: Just grab your phone or tablet, open up the app called Google Settings (look in your app drawer -- it's there), and select the option called Android Device Manager. Then make sure the boxes for both "Remotely locate this device" and "Allow factory reset" are checked. The first one should be activated by default, but the second -- the one that could really save your hide in a bind -- has to be enabled by hand.

Once you've got both those settings confirmed, you're all set. Just go to from any mobile device or computer, and you'll see your phone pinpointed on a Google Map. You can ring it -- at full volume for a full five minutes -- or, in a worst-case scenario, perform a factory reset and wipe all your info right then and there.

If you have multiple Android devices connected to your account, clicking the small down arrow next to the first device's name will show you a list of every phone and tablet you've got. Just be sure to follow the steps we just discussed on each device -- right now -- so they're all fully activated and operational.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Google's app to trace missing persons in flood-hit areas in 2013-uttrakhand-floods-India

Uttarakhand, in Northern India has been ravaged by floods with around 150 feared dead and more than 15,000 stranded according to the latest statistics. As the government of India battles to save lives, Google is doing its bit to help people by launching a web application called People Finder, a temporary tool set up to help people find their missing friends or relatives.

The tool is very easy to use and just like the Google homepage sports a Spartan UI. There are two buttons, one to find a missing person and the other to share information on some person. If you need to search for someone, you click on the green box and any information relating to that person will show up on the results. If you need to share some information, you click on the blue box and you type in the name of the person and the information that you may on them. All the information shared through this tool is available to the public and shared with press agencies, NGOs and others to help keep the database up-to-date.

You can simply hit this URL   or  and find the missing one or create a new search/Profile for your missing member.

Google has also shared the emergency numbers listed on the National Disaster Management Authority, and people can call on the following numbers to get an update.

Uttarkashi: (+91) 1374-226461
Chamoli: (+91) 1372-251437, 9411352136
Rudraprayag: (+91) 1364-233727, 9412914875
Tehri: (+91) 1376-233433, 9411548090
Kedarnath: (+91) 1364-233727
Control Room (Uttarakhand): (+91) 135-2710334, 9557444486

Saturday, May 11, 2013

What is Google Cloud Print and How Does Google Cloud Print Work?

In the world of Google Cloud Print, you can print anything, from any device, to any cloud-connected printer.
When you print through Google Cloud Print, your file is securely sent to your printer over the web. Because it’s the web, Google Cloud Print works whether you’re in the same room as your printer, or on another continent. It also doesn’t matter whether you’re on a phone, a traditional desktop, or anything in between (like a tablet).

Why Google Cloud Print?
As we’ve moved towards ever more powerful cloud-based applications and web-connected mobile devices, we’ve come to expect the same capabilities from them that we’ve taken for granted on our PCs. For many, printing is near the top of that list.

With Cloud Ready printers, the Google Cloud Print experience is ready right out of the box. Cloud Ready printers register themselves directly with the Google Cloud Print service over your home or office’s wireless network, so they’re always available. And because they’re always connected to the web, they can keep their drivers and firmware up to date without requiring your intervention. Google Cloud Print also works with conventional non-cloud printers, so you can get started today with any printer you already own.

Google Cloud Print takes the security of your files very seriously. Documents are transferred over a secure HTTPS web connection. After a job is completed, the associated document is deleted from our servers. In addition, you can delete jobs and their history at any time through the Google Cloud Print management page. To learn more about how Google Cloud Print ensures your privacy, see here.

For Friends Too
Google Cloud Print allows you to share printers with friends, family, or coworkers as easily as you would share a Google Doc file - perfect for visiting guests looking to print a flight boarding pass. From the Google Cloud Print management page, it only takes a single click to share printers that you own with trusted individuals. You can also track print jobs on your shared printers, and modify or revoke sharing rights at any time. To learn more about sharing printers, see here.

Chromebook Ready
Google Cloud Print is the standard printing technology used by ChromeOS on Chromebooks. Your Chromebook and the web live hand in hand and, for that reason, it didn’t feel right tying you down with local printer software. If you own a Chromebook, you can print any web page directly by hitting Ctrl + P, or you can print from within your web apps by looking for the “Print with Google Cloud Print” button - just make sure you’ve set up a printer first.

Enterprise Ready
Google Cloud Print is used internally by Google on over a thousand printers. It can scale to meet your organization’s needs, and can either complement or replace your existing printing infrastructure. Google Cloud Print makes life easier for both system administrators and users.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Review Gmail Account Recent Login or Access Activity History and Remote Logout Intruder or Hacker

Suspicious or suspecting somebody else such as hacker or intruder is accessing and hacking into your Gmail account without your knowledge? Gmail is getting popular as email service provider of choice by many, and is probably holding and storing lots of sensitive private personal information such as user name and password credential recoveries, tax records, love letters, Google Talk chat histories, bank statements and etc.

Thus protecting the security of Gmail or Google Mail account is of utmost important. Other than using a hard-to-guess and long password to secure the e-mail account from brute-force and dictionary attack hacking attempt, it may be useful to review and check Gmail account login session and access activity history in order to ensure that only user himself or herself and other authorized people is gaining access and logging into the Gmail account.

Gmail has launched "Last Account Activity" feature that showing user information about recent activity in the Gmail account. Recent activation information includes any times that the mail account was accessed, using a regular web browser, through a POP or IMAP client, from Google Toolbar or a mobile device, and other access type. The IP address from which the access was made, as well as the time and date is listed, enable user to check and verify that the login is indeed valid and legitimate, and whether there is another person use the Gmail account without your consent and knowledge.

To access the last account activity history, click on the Details link at the end of the Last account activity line at the bottom of any Gmail page to open a new window showing the recent sign in records from last few hours onwards, including concurrent session information if user (or anybody else) opens Gmail account access in more than one location.

In the "Activity on this account" window, there are plentiful of information that is available, including user’s current IP address, so that user can know easily which session is opened by him, and if there is another login session to Gmail that does not occur on his or her comptuer.

The top table, under "Concurrent session information," indicates all open sessions, along with IP address and "access type" — which refers to how email was retrieved, for example, through iGoogle, POP3 or a mobile phone. The bottom table, under "Recent activity," contains my most recent history along with times of access. I can also view my current IP address at the very bottom of this window, where it says "This computer is using IP address…"

With this information, I can quickly verify that all the Gmail activity was indeed mine. I remember using Gmail at the times and locations listed. Being extra cautious, I can also click on the "Sign out all other sessions" button to sign out of the account I left open at home.

If you suspect the intrusion or violation into your Gmail has occurred, then remotely sign out and log out all Gmail access session that is not on your current computer by clicking on Sign out all other sessions button. The next thing you should do if immediately changing your Gmail account password by going to Google Account Settings, and then click on Change Password.