Archives Tag: Google Enterprise
Last week Patrick Townsend Security Solutions announced that they would be providing new security features for the Android OS. January 14, 2009: Olympia, WA – Patrick Townsend Security Solutions (PTSS) announced today that their new Alliance Key Manager appliance will support key retrieval from the Google Android platform. In addition to deploying Enterprise key management […]Full Story
The era of API keys for Google Maps Premiere has come and gone. As announced an hour ago, Google Maps Premiere will no longer require an API key to be used in every API call. Instead, “we will now validate requests against a list of domains that we’ll maintain for your client ID.” This is […]Full Story
Google is proud to announce that they are extending their 99.9% SLAs (Service Level Agreements) to non-premiere users. I do have a small problem with this though. I love great SLAs, but when you offer something for free, there’s nothing you can get in return if their service indeed does go down. For example, if […]Full Story
Google’s Enterprise edition is not frequented very much in the blogosphere primarily because it’s on a much higher level of hardware and software. Everyday users just want something that looks good and works. Today, we are going to step inside the interview with Adam to see how effectively they have been able to use the Google Enterprise platform for the SalesForce.com solution.
As previously discussed, Google and SalesForce.com created a unique partnership through the AdWords division of Google. This partnership allowed for SalesForce to act as a third-party AdWords vendor which in turn allowed SalesForce’s customers to buy directly through the SalesForce platform instead of having to go to another page. This was a huge move for SalesForce and its customers to create unity and integration between all the platforms.
The Google Enterprise team has started the new year off with a bang! With this new feature, it does something that regular Google supposedly doesn’t do. Source Biasing. The Search Enterprise application now has the ability to let the owners set biasing towards a specific site or source rather to show higher rankings for that source. “…a new feature of the Google Search Appliance that enables companies to strengthen or weaken the weight of content based on type of content or actual source.“. While I personally don’t have a use of the the Enterprise application, I think it’s a great feature and the customers should be eager to use it.Full Story
Jim Dalrymple wrote up an article on Macworld about his experience with the Google Mini. Was it easy to setup? You bet! It took me about 30 minutes from the time I cracked open the packing tape on the box to the time I did my first search. It was almost too simple—for a while, I wasn’t sure I actually finished the complete setup. I am impressed with how quickly the box was setup. We all know that Google Search packs a lot of power and it’s nice to see the company is able to bring that to small business users in such an easy-to-use box.Full Story
Xythos Software created a module for the Enterprise Search Appliance which Google offers. On October 15th October 18th, Xythos will be hosting a web seminar which will discuss the module and how it can be used. Xythos offers a great module to the industry of Google Appliance Search, making search even easier for large or small businesses. Google EnterpriseFull Story
Looks like I’m not the only one taking a break this weekend. The Google AdSense will also be taking a break this weekend for an extended time away from the office for Labor Day weekend. I hope everyone has a good weekend!Full Story