Why You Should Never Use A Free Email Address for Business

The message is clear: email is king. Many clients and customers choose to communicate primarily by email and as you know, it gives a fantastic ROI in your marketing strategy…unless you’re using a free email like Hotmail, Gmail, or even your internet provider. If that’s the case, you’re losing business each and every day. It looks unprofessional:  Imagine if banks used free email accounts – you’d never feel comfortable giving them your personal details let alone any money. How people perceive your business is what makes your business. Without that professional touch, you’ll appear temporary and fly-by-night. It puts your credibility into question and sends the message that you’re not serious about doing business – or worse – that you’re prepared to cut corners. It erases your experience:  Newer, fledgling businesses often start out with a free email address. The address clearly communicates that they are new and have little experience, and are perhaps testing the waters in a new direction. They’re not even remotely proven yet and are firmly within the hobby-zone.  Continuing to use the free address once your business moves into the professional arena means you’ll struggle to build momentum and any experience will be negated. It’s

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Google Glass is Apparently Still Around

Today, in its first update since September 2014, Google Glass got a “MyGlass” companion app update, some bug fixes and now supports Bluetooth. That means the new “XE23” version can now hook up mice, keyboards and other Bluetooth-enabled objects to their Glass device. The app update rolled out yesterday and, in an even bigger surprise, the firmware update for Glass came out today. So, Glass is alive? Well, yes, but it never really died. Despite seeming to go the way of the Dodo (you can’t buy it anymore and Google shut down the website in 2015), it never really left us, it just “graduated” from Google X after failing to capture consumer attention. Google then quietly moved it into the enterprise. But, apparently, someone at Google is still working on the dork-inducing consumer version. We don’t know why Google chose to release these two updates. It’s odd for an update to pop up after nearly three years — especially one without too much of a difference from the old version. But it shows Google has not completely forgotten about its optical-mounted wearable. Source: Techcrunch   Demeter ICT Co.,Ltd.  One of the Biggest Google Apps Partner in Thailand  092-262-6390  097-008-6314 (Sales)  support@dmit.co.th  

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Google Drive now makes it easy to switch from iOS to Android

Google has updated its Drive cloud storage app on iOS with a handy new feature for those switching to a new phone this holiday season. It now lets you back up your contacts, calendar and camera roll so you’ll have them all available when you sign into your account on a new Android device.     To use it, launch Drive on your iOS device, select ‘Backup’ in the settings menu and then select the items you want to back up. It can take a while, depending on how many contacts, photos, videos and calendar events you have stored on your device. That’s a whole lot easier than backing up your stuff manually, and it’s certainly useful for folks who aren’t yet fully invested in Google’s ecosystem of services. It’s worth noting that the automatic backup feature doesn’t handle your texts or music – but hopefully support for those files will be added soon. You’ll also want to remember to turn off iMessage for your number before you switch off your iPhone one last time, to ensure that you continue to receive SMSes without a hitch.   อ้างอิง : http://bit.ly/2hCVOa5     บริษัท ดีมีเตอร์ ไอซีที จำกัด ผู้ให้บริการ Google Apps for Work ในประเทศไทย สอบถามรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมพร้อมโปรโมชั่นพิเศษ โทรเลย!  02-675-9371  092-262-6390        

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