google groups

  • Google Launches Groups Migration API To Help Businesses Move Their Shared Mailboxes To Google Apps

    Google Launches Groups Migration API To Help Businesses Move Their Shared Mailboxes To Google Apps

    Many businesses use shared mailboxes, public folders and discussion databases that, over the years, accumulate a lot of institutional knowledge. Most cloud-based email services don’t offer this feature, though, making it hard for some companies to move away from their legacy systems. But Google’s new Google Apps Groups Migration API now allows developers to create tools to move… Read More

  • Google Rolls Out Phase One Of Revamped Groups: New Gmail/Reader-Like UI

    As if they weren’t busy enough releasing the Chrome Web Store, the Chrome OS test drive, and inadvertently letting the first Google +1 image leak, Google had one more trick up their sleeve today: the new Google Groups. Technically, Google is just previewing the new Google Groups user interface. “The new Google Groups user interface represents the first in a series of updates to… Read More

  • Google Steps Up Collaboration For Apps Users With Google Groups Integration

    Google recently added a sharing feature to Google Groups with the search giant’s productivity suite, Google Apps to make the two products work more efficiently together. Tonight, Google is going full monty with Groups and launching an enterprise-friendly version of Groups that will integrated with Premier and Education Editions of Google Apps. Google says that Groups is one of its… Read More

  • Google's Top Ten Products (More Or Less)

    Can you name Google’s top ten products? If you look at how Quantcast ranks Google’s subdomains, you can get a sense of which Google products are the most popular, since they each have their own subdomain. Google’s main search engine tops the list with an estimated 136.6 million unique visitors in the U.S. Then comes Google Maps (36 million), Image Search (31.7 million)… Read More

  • Go To Google Groups. Get Tricked Into Downloading Malware. Do Not Pass Go

    Above is a shot of one of many spam blog comments I’ve received lately with multiple links to pages on Google Groups. Spammers have always targeted Google products, and services such as Blogger have always been a favorite destination for spammers. Google Groups isn’t as well known as a spam platform, but after some investigation I found that it has become a leading destination… Read More