Why Google Might Be the Answer to Your Problems

NonProfit Hub

From our calendars, to our email accounts, to important documents and spreadsheets, Google is our best friend. That means you can access any of your files anywhere, whether you’re on your work computer, phone, laptop or tablet—as long as you have your login info and an internet connection, you’re set. Pretty much every Google Drive platform (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Calendar) allows you to work on documents simultaneously with your coworkers.

If you're a Salesforce user, 3 great reasons to use Google Chrome

Judi Sohn

I live in Google applications (Gmail, Google Reader, Calendar, etc.) You can browse or search the docs from the little drop-down window. Makes it easier if I want to log in using my laptop while on the go. I think Google Chrome is a fantastic browser.

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If you’re a Salesforce user, 3 great reasons to use Google Chrome

Judi Sohn

I live in Google applications (Gmail, Google Reader, Calendar, etc.) You can browse or search the docs from the little drop-down window. Makes it easier if I want to log in using my laptop while on the go. I think Google Chrome is a fantastic browser.

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Association Social Media: ASAE

SocialFish

Content comes from a variety of staff within the organization, and each submitter has their preferred way of submitting (Google doc, Word attachment, Excel spreadsheet, email, etc.). I no longer have to lug a laptop with me everywhere!

4 Ways Nonprofits Can Benefit from the Cloud

Tech Soup Blog

Most of the processing power needed to run cloud-based applications is online rather than on an individual computer or on-site server; therefore, your data can be viewed as quickly on a hundred-dollar desktop as on a high-end laptop. What can cloud computing do for nonprofits?

How Cell Phones and Tablets Enable Telework

Tech Soup Blog

As smartphones mature, we’re doing more on them and less on our laptops. We can easily calendar with them, do email, do Internet searches, make calls, instant message, text, and conference on them.

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Routine Busting With My Head up in the Clouds

Beaconfire Wire

With my desktop icons arranged just so, my Firefox plug-ins in place, my calendar events color-coded, emails sorted by project, and tasks neatly tagged and arranged in Outlook, I’ve spent the last three years with my computer creating an work-efficiency powerhouse.

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gokubi.com

Google also released a Google Calendar to Outlook sync product. Scott Hemmeter at arrowpoint found another clue when he noticed that the Appexchage packaging interface asked him if he wanted to require Google Docs be present.

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Advice for Consultants - Part 2

Robert Weiner

Even a word doc you update every time you’re on site for a client is better than notes scribbled on post-its. I also have a remote connection to my home (business) laptop available at all times. While onsite, I put reminders on my smartphone calendar to make sure I do critical things during my next ‘free time,’ or I send myself an email to do it at home that night. Last week I posted John Elbare’s advice for new nonprofit consultants.

111 Low-Cost or Free OnlineTools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc. Your nonprofit can record audio files using your deskptop/laptop computer or Audioboo’s mobile app and then upload them to your own Audioboo Channel.

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