As we previously told you that Google Demo Slam videos are felt no more entertainments by the readers, recently Google posted a new video about Google Apps adventures in which it shows that Google Videos are full of entertainment and still Google has much to share which for sure will be admired.
No doubt it is success that a lot of people using traditional applications are moving towards Google Apps. This is what Google’s YouTube channel describes this video.
In 2009, Trafﬁc began working with Norwegian polar explorer Børge Ousland to support an expedition planned for Summer 2010. His goal was to be the ﬁrst to sail through both Passages of the North Pole in a single voyage, and the ﬁrst to circumnavigate the Arctic in a single season. A feat explorers have tried and failed to do for 500 years.
Behind the scenes, they used Google Apps as their project hub — creating a 24/7 connection between Traffic, the expedition and media partners and sponsors around the world. They worked on pre-production planning in real-time with Docs, updated and shared schedules via Calendar, and the whole team could get a snapshot of the latest content and news via their Google Site. Gmail was the email backbone of the project. Using Google Apps saved an incredible amount of time, and because everything was in the cloud, everyone had access on the ﬂy. Even from the Arctic.
I really feel positive while declaring this Google posted video as my most favorite videos among all the Google YouTube channel videos till now.
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