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The 3 C’s – Communication, Consultation and Collaboration

Posted by Mike, July 6th, 2010
Filed under: Collaboration, Changing Face of IT, Enterprise 2.0, Collaboration, Information
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You’ve got the technology (be it Google Apps, SharePoint or whatever) and your IT people have integrated it, patched it, set you up and handed it over… now what? Well, for a start, sit back and congratulate yourself that your organisation is: Saving costs (NZ$2million per year for NZ Post with their Google Apps roll-out, [...]

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How To Get Into Another Company’s Google Site

Posted by Mike, June 9th, 2010
Filed under: Google Apps, How To
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And yes, I am specifically talking about Google Sites* that you have been INVITED into … if you’re looking how to hack into a Google Site, good luck! Imagine the scene, you’ve been invited by another company into a Google site that is restricted in access (ie, not public) such as WaveAdept’s client manual. Typically [...]

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How To Open Email Links Using Google Apps/Gmail

Posted by Mike, February 16th, 2010
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Clicking on an email address on a website that is linked using ‘mailto:’ can often try to kick off any email package you have installed on your PC – annoying if you only use the Gmail web interface. Here’s simple steps to change that for all of the popular web browsers out there: Google Chrome [...]

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How To Mail Merge Using Gmail + Google Spreadsheet

Posted by Mike, February 8th, 2010
Filed under: Google Apps, How To
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We were set a challenge … we accepted, we succeeded and people were chuffed So, how do you do it? With Google Apps Script and following the Tutorial: Simple Mail Merge We hope you find it useful.

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Google Gives You THREE Free Email Addresses Alongside @gmail

Posted by Mike, February 3rd, 2010
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Today I stumbled over this cracking blog post from way back in 2008: Wow! All Gmail Users Are Given Two Separate Email Addresses When you create a Gmail account, you actually get two email addresses – one is the regular @gmail.com while the second email address has @googlemail.com in the domain. That is cool and, [...]

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