The way we work is changing. With the ubiquity of the internet and the rise of collaborative business models facilitated by the prevalence of digital connectivity, enterprises have become increasingly remote and global. Teams no longer need to be in the same physical space to collaborate or communicate - and can work independently of location - in the office, on the move, in a coffee shop or from the comfort of their own home.
Customer service has been transformed by digital apps enabling consumers to actively participate in their experience from their phone, laptop or desktop at different phases of fulfilling their order and payment process. And teams based in different time zones can provide service around the clock.
The emergence of the Internet of Things even means that devices now communicate with each other and trigger actions remotely.
Suppliers and their clients can also engage in “real-time” collaboration on projects seamlessly across the globe.
Even though business models have changed, digital tools have not always kept pace. Many were initially designed for use exclusively in “stand-alone” mode for desktop-only use. They may have been ported to the cloud later, but they are not “cloud-native” and so security, administration and updating can be challenging at best.
That's where Google Cloud and Google Workspace come in. Google Cloud is a suite of products and services designed for use in the cloud and helps businesses connect, collaborate, and get work done. And Google Workspace is a set of productivity tools that includes everything you need to complete your work—from email and calendars to file storage and real-time collaboration. Together, these two platforms are setting the stage for the future of work.
Google Cloud: Connecting Businesses Worldwide
Google Cloud is a set of products and services that helps businesses connect with each other and get work done. It includes everything from a simple email service to enterprise-grade cloud computing solutions. And it's used by some of the biggest names in business, including Coca-Cola, HSBC, Sony, and Toyota.
Google Cloud provides businesses with the ability to connect with customers around the world in real time. It also gives employees the flexibility to work from anywhere— whether they're in the office or working remotely. And because it's built on the same infrastructure that powers Google Search, Gmail, and YouTube, businesses can trust that their data is safe and secure.
Google Workspace: The Future of Productivity Tools
Google Workspace is a set of productivity tools that includes everything you need to get your work done—from email and calendars to file storage and real-time collaboration. And because it's all powered by artificial intelligence, it's constantly getting smarter and more personalised over time.
Google Workspace provides users with a familiar interface that makes it easy to get started. But it also offers advanced features for power users who want to do more with their data. For example, users can create custom reports and dashboards to better understand their workflows. And they can use machine learning to automatically prioritise their inboxes or suggest meeting times based on their schedule.
Making the Transition Happen
At Future Matrix, we have a team of experienced Google Cloud and Google Workspace experts who can help you make the transition to the cloud quickly and smoothly. We understand that every business is unique, so we'll work with you to create a custom solution that meets your specific needs. Message back here to have a conversation about increasing your productivity.