Google Forms is probably the only free polling software that supports logic branching. Logic branching allows you to create different sets of questions based on prior responses. Google Forms support a wide range of question types including scale and grid. You can choose to get e-mail notifications as tenants fill in a Google form with their responses. The forms created with Google Docs are mobile friendly, so your tenants can send their responses from mobile phone browsers. By incorporating Google Apps into your property management company’s standard operation procedures, you will be able to achieve efficiency, quality output, and uniformity of performance. … [Read more...] about Using Google Apps for Your Property Management Company
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Google is the search giant known to anyone looking for something on the internet. From 2007 through 2011, Google partnered with NORAD to track on Santa tracking. But last year, NORAD found a new partner with Microsoft and its Bing search engine. Google wanted to stay in the Santa tracking business, so it launched its own service. That’s back again this year. … [Read more...] about All The Ways To Track Santa From NORAD & Google
Siri is unique in only using the location history on your device. If you take your iPhone out to many places, Siri understands this and can use that location history to suggest things. But that history is not synced with a profile in the cloud. That means Siri on that iPad you never take from your house will know less about your movements. Again, that’s helpful for those concerned about privacy, but it also means Siri can’t use location as much to predict things. … [Read more...] about How Google Now, Siri & Cortana Predict What You Want
Screenshot, Take Two After a short lunch break, I tried again to do a screenshot, this time using the Webpage Screenshot application. It lets me snap a page, crop, add arrows - but if I tried to save the screenshot locally, I got another of those "extensions can't be installed on Chrome OS" errors. A third screenshot tool is also gave me hassles. … [Read more...] about The Google Chrome OS Cr-48 Notebook
Finally Google’s inclusion of a flexible pay-as-you go internet option from Verizon was a surprise. This is one of the fruits of the many faceted Google-Verizon alliance. It helps address the problem that a computer without desktop software needs a persistent internet connection or is useless. Google is also working on making apps work offline (the original idea behind Google Gears). Google demo’d this with Google Docs at the event. … [Read more...] about Could Google’s ChromeBooks Succeed In The Enterprise?