Global Digital Creative Agency Fred & Farid Replaces Macs with Chromebooks

Global Digital Creative Agency Fred & Farid Replaces Macs with Chromebooks

24th June 2014 - by Google Enterprise Blog

A move to the cloud and Chromebooks by Paris and Shanghai based independent Digital Creative Group, Fred & Farid Group has made collaboration a cinch. Hangouts mean they don't even have phone lines in their offices any more and they think less about downloading stuff to hard drive and more about sharing information in the cloud, which has got to be good news for a company in the Creative Industry.
Welsh schools are going Google

Welsh schools are going Google

29th May 2014 - by Google Enterprise Blog

Our look at Worldwide Gone Google Stories from the Google Enterprise Blog. Gowerton School with 1,135 students migrated students and educators from on-premise email to Gmail and Google Apps.
Recruitment group Randstad Chooses Google Apps

Recruitment group Randstad Chooses Google Apps

17th January 2013 - by Google Enterprise Blog

Our look at Worldwide Gone Google Stories from the Google Enterprise Blog. Randstad, the Netherlands-based global provider of HR services and the second largest staffing organization in the world explains how Google Apps means their 29,000 employees can do things that weren't possible before.
The Roche Group goes Google

The Roche Group goes Google

30th May 2012 - by Google Enterprise Blog

Our look at Worldwide Gone Google Stories from the Google Enterprise Blog. The Roche Group, a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics, is using Google Apps to combat platform interoperability issues.
D-Link connects employees with Google Apps

D-Link connects employees with Google Apps

8th May 2012 - by Google Enterprise Blog

Our look at Worldwide Gone Google Stories from the Google Enterprise Blog. D-Link, a global leader in providing network connectivity solutions to small and medium businesses, is using Google Apps to connect it's workforce in over 90 offices worldwide.
Johnston Press aims high with Google Apps

Johnston Press aims high with Google Apps

4th May 2012 - by Google Enterprise Blog

Our look at Worldwide Gone Google Stories from the Google Enterprise Blog. Johnston Press, a leading local newspaper publisher in the UK, has just announced a bold plan to transform its sales operations - with a little help from Google Apps for Business
Connect Yorkshire migrate to Google Apps

Connect Yorkshire migrate to Google Apps

17th February 2012 - by Mark Williams, Senior Consultant

Connect Yorkshire, a not-for-profit company that helps businesses in Yorkshire and the Humber with debt/equity funding, has switched from Microsoft Office 365 to Google Apps for Business.
Liquid Accounts switch to Google Apps

Liquid Accounts switch to Google Apps

23rd January 2012 - by Mark Williams, Senior Consultant

Liquid Accounts, market leaders and specialists in Online Accounting Software, has made the transition from Microsoft Outlook 2007 and an internal Exchange server to Google Apps for Business.
ITV joins media companies that have 'Gone Google'

ITV joins media companies that have 'Gone Google'

1st August 2011 - by Mark Williams, Senior Consultant

The latest Google Enterprise blog announces the decision of ITV to switch from Microsoft to Google. It's worth recounting the press release as it perfectly summarises how Google Apps can transform the way a business works.
Purex goes google

Purex goes google

3rd September 2010 - by Mark Williams, Senior Consultant

Fume extraction specialist Purex International switched to Google Apps with Refractiv.