The world of technology has historically not been quite as unified as us humans. Much like in the early years of our existence, there are many different formats and standards in calendaring software available today. Some are better than others, some are designed for specific purposes. How can we communicate and collaborate efficiently when everyone has a different calendaring system? Enter Google. They have simplified calendaring and made it accessible to one and all. They have given us Google Calendar: calendaring done right.
One of the bottlenecks of running an efficient business is the management of people’s time and resources. Getting teams to collaborate on projects has inherent scheduling difficulties. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if people had somewhere to go to coordinate and organize people’s precious time?
So, what can Google Calendar do for your business?
Easily schedule appointmentsOverlay multiple calendars to see when people are available. Google Calendar sends invitations and manages RSVPs.
Integrate with your email systemGoogle Calendar is integrated into Gmail and interoperable with popular calendar applications.
Share project calendarsCalendars can be shared company-wide or with select co-workers. A range of sharing permission controls help maintain security and privacy.
Access with your mobile deviceView and edit event details, add new events, and invite guests on mobile devices like the BlackBerry and iPhone. Even receive calendar notifications via SMS.
Publish calendarsPublicize external company events by publishing a calendar to make it searchable in the Google Calendar gallery. Easily embed calendars into web pages.
Google Calendar is setting a standard that will allow everyone to be on the same page. They’ve done calendaring better than everyone else, and they’ve done it right.