A couple of weeks ago, a satirical online publication, The Onion, had their Google Apps and Twitter account hacked. They could have simply acknowledged the attack and insisted measures were being taken to prevent it from happening again, but they took the time to describe exactly HOW they were hacked and how others can prevent it from happening to them.
Recently, we published an article comparing our shared email service with Google Apps. You can find this article here. Since publishing the article, we’ve realized that a few items in the article need clarification and updating. We’d like to share a few thoughts on Google Apps to clear up this misinformation.
There seems to be a bit of concern that Google is recording search history. Now that Google is changing their privacy terms, this is becoming a new topic despite the fact that they’ve offered search history for some time.
The University of Berkeley recently chose between the two giants in the cloud office space – Google and Microsoft. Nerds On Site offers both Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365 (resold from AppRiver) and thought we’d share some of the University’s work on this comparison. There are two major offerings because one solution doesn’t fit everyone’s needs.
Shared Email is the most common method for email access, but is it the correct option for you? And what other options are available for your business? What is Shared Email services? Well, this is an inexpensive way to get your email, through POP, IMAP, SMTP and webmail. The email server that you use is…