Google + Resurrected as Google Currents - Made for Enterprise Users

Google + Resurrected as Google Currents - Made for Enterprise Users

In other Assistant-related news, ads, it seems are coming to Google Assistant on Android with Google set to make the powerful assistant more interesting with better visual responses. This and other new G Suite updates were announced by Amy Lokey, VP of user experience for G Suite, speaking at the Google Cloud Next 2019 conference, in San Francisco. For instance, G Suite's Calendar app is finally being integrated with Google Assistant, in beta test mode.

It will work on Phones, Smart Speakers and Smart Displays, if you're a G Suite user why not ask Google "What's next on my calendar", it just might work now.

Companies who have enrolled themselevs with G Suite can request for the Beta edition of Currents starting from today itself. With Connected Sheets, it's now possible to collaborate on up to 10 billion rows of BigQuery data and access insights from this information via various charts and graphic visualizations. It has Google's AI built-in, helping transcribe voicemails and block spam, as well as a text-to-speech functionality to automatically create call menus.

The search tool, which launched in February 2017, previously only crawled data that companies stored in G Suite and on local servers.

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Amazon S3, Box, and Microsoft OneDrive as well as databases such as Oracle, MySQL, and PostgreSQL, are among the storage devices, along with Salesforce, SAP, and ServiceNow. However, the structure and coding still exists within Google.

As per the company claims, Currents app is packed with a new look and feel and will allow the user to post content much faster. The end of this service started when Google introduced Google+ integration with Gmail, YouTube, Hangouts and all of the Google services.

You can find a full list of G Suite's latest updates here, and if you're one of the 5 million businesses that works with G Suite, you can begin testing most of these features immediately.

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