Video-sharing goes to work. It was a mere three years ago that YouTube streamed its first video, forever changing the way we share experiences with people regardless of time and distance.
At home, equipped with ubiquitous technology like a digital camcorder, a computer webcam or even a mobile phone, we can easily create video clips and share them with our friends and family. Technology is no longer a barrier on either end. All you need is a browser and a fast Internet connection. The same has not been true for this rich form of information-sharing in the office. Companies readily recognize the power of video as a medium for communication and collaboration, for reaching out to employees in remote offices and for knowledge transfer. Enter Google Video for businesses, available today as part of Google Apps Premier Edition. Watch this to learn how we've been using video inside Google: You can learn more about video sharing and other innovative collaboration apps for businesses at www.google.com/apps/collaboration.
Socialwok: Share securely ideas, files and Google Apps in your enterprise microblogging network. Facebook Apps for Education - Interactyx. Facebook has been making many inroads into education over the last few years.
Many institutions are using Facebook sites to publicize events on campus, as well as to aid in their recruiting. As well, many students, instructors and administrators are using a number of Facebook applications for a wide variety of academic purposes. Recently we’ve been examining a number of Facebook apps that are relevant for educational use. We’ve assembled a small list of 20 facebook apps here and are happy to have others add additional apps to the list that you’ve found helpful. If you have other suggestions feel free to add them to the list. TOPYX is a revolutionary elearning solution that incorporates Facebook and other social networking resources right into the learning platform to enhance the learner’s experience. App Engine. What is Google App Engine?
Google App Engine is Google's application development and hosting platform. Google App Engine lets you build high-traffic web applications without having to manage high-traffic infrastructure. Your applications built on Google App Engine use the same technology that powers Google's websites for speed and reliability. You just provide the code. To learn more about Google App Engine, please visit the Google App Engine Home. How do I use Google App Engine with Google Apps? Google App Engine can be used with Google Apps to provide a custom domain name for your internet-facing application, e.g., myapp.com. By default, when you deploy your service on Google App Engine, your service will be accessible at [your-application-id].appspot.com. In order to set up these branded access locations for your service, you must prove that you own the domain name or purchase the domain name through Google.
Sign in to the Google App Engine admin console. Learn more about access URLs.