Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Google Apps for business has been rebranded as Google G Suite with keeping in mind of collaborating with colleagues in a business meeting. So all online tools like Gmail, Google Docs and Google Drive of Google Apps has been added there but in a modified design, touch friendly. Yet there was one central point of office collaboration they have yet to touch: the legendary whiteboard. The Google Jamboard is meant to fix this issue of by taking lum-sum amount of money from you, about $6000. It's a 55-inch 4K touchscreen, which is links up a companion app running on iOS or Android, letting co-workers to see a real-time feed of the board and add their own notes, doodles and photos. You interact with the board using a passive stylus or your hand, it can change your writing into searchable text and straighten out your shapes and symbols automatically and everything gets saved up to Google Drive, so Dave from accounting has no excuse when he claims not to remember what you talked about at the last meeting.

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