41.2default0.02700http://www.grovo.com/asset/gplayer/skins/default/watermark.pngHelvetica, Arial, Sans SerifGoogle Apps is a cloud-based web service that allows businesses and other organizations to use Google products under a custom domain name.
These apps include Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and Google Drive, which can be used to send email through a custom address, collaborate on documents in real-time, and more.
The Google Apps versions of these tools are almost identical to their free consumer counterparts, which means there are no new interfaces for current users to learn.
With Google Apps, however, administrators have full control over each individual user's access and privileges in order to track usage and ensure compliance.
Learn to: Create a Google Apps account; Claim domain ownership; Add users and administrators; Create a custom mail URL.
AppApplication; a program or piece of software designed to complete a specific task on a specific platform.Google AppsA service that lets users customize Google products for use with a professional domain. One use of Google Apps is the Gmail platform for a company's email.DomainAn identifying name or label that denotes a particular Web address or otherwise autonomous realm on the Internet.GmailGoogle's email and contact management service.Google CalendarGcal; Google's cloud-based calendar application connected to Gmail.URLUniform resource locator; the address of a website on the Internet typically beginning with http:// and ending with .com, .net or .org.378Google Apps Setup4130Introduction to Google Appsstandalone11111high
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