The Google company was launched in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin to market Google Search, which has become
the world’s most widely used web-based search engine.
The company made its initial public
offering in 2004 and quickly became one of the world’s largest media companies.
Google News launched in 2002, followed later by Gmail, Google Maps and Google Chrome in addition to many other products.
In 2006, Google released Google Apps into the business applications marketplace.
Then, in late 2016, the Google Apps Suite was rebranded as G Suite.
Google Training Courses
Do you need to create documents and spreadsheets, deliver presentations and keep up with email no matter where you are?
Google G Suite may be just the solution you are looking for. G Suite is a productivity feature-rich suite that provides a web-based solution combining email and calendars, productivity software, cloud storage, and more.
Because G Suite is all in the cloud, there is no software to download, all you need is a computer and an internet connection, and you can access your content from anywhere. At the heart of G Suite is Google Drive, a cloud storage hub for all your documents.
As well as making your files available wherever you are, using Google Drive means that collaboration is a breeze. Your team can share folders and files, use automatic version control, and co-author documents in real time, online! What’s more, your files are saved automatically as you go, and because it’s Google, when you need to find a file, the search functionality is excellent.
Attending one of our training course can accelerate your learning and help you master the tools you need. Regardless of whether you need an overview of the entire G Suite, or a single application like Google Docs, Keystroke Learning have you covered.
With our G Suite training courses, we place emphasis on how to use applications and their functions in the most effective ways. We tailor our courses to meet the needs of our participants and focus on the best ways to achieve various tasks.
Our courses are delivered by experienced and expert facilitators who are there to help you to enjoy the learning process and get the most out of your learning experience.
Do you and your team need to store your data in the cloud so it’s available wherever you travel?
Google Drive is built for this purpose, and you can collaborate easily with your team. If you need to create a range of business documents, Google Docs is the application to use. For presentations, use Google Slides, and you can use Google Sheets for your spreadsheets on the go. It’s likely that you and your team are already using Gmail at home, so you are already familiar with at least part of the G Suite family.
With Google Keep, you can add note-taking to your toolset and store your meeting notes and more. Both your personal and your team schedules are in good hands with Google Calendar. Finally, to provide text, voice and video communications to your team for efficient collaboration, use Google Hangouts.
What is G Suite?
Google G Suite could be considered as the Google equivalent of Microsoft Office. It is a package of business productivity applications and storage. One of the key differences between G Suite and its competitors is that G Suite apps are entirely cloud-based instead of being installed on the desktop. The apps are also available on mobile devices.
One advantage of this cloud-based model is that users can access their data from anywhere, and collaborate easily. The suite also fits into automated workflows, which are becoming increasingly flexible and useful. Google has also been at the forefront of machine learning, making use of such features as Natural Language Processing to translate your spreadsheet question into a formula.
G Suite comes in 3 editions. These are G Suite Basic, G Suite Business, and G Suite Enterprise.
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Gmail – a web-based email service with threaded conversations and robust search capabilities
Calendar – an online calendar for scheduling meetings, events and receive reminders about upcoming activities
Google Drive – an online file storage and synchronisation service that allows users to create, share and collaborate on their files
Docs – a word processing app used to create and edit text documents directly in your web browser
Sheets –a web-based app that allows users to create, update and modify spreadsheets and share data online in real time
Slides – a web app for creating presentations consisting of slides, themes, images and video
Forms – a form development app that allows users to create forms and surveys, then collate responses
Google Hangouts – a messaging service including text, voice and video conversations
Google Keep – a note-taking service with a variety of tools for notes, including text, voice, and images
To find out more about learning any of these Google G Suite programs, get in touch with us.
Google G Suite
G Suite (formerly Google Apps) is a suite of web applications for business. A G Suite account provides access to Gmail, as well as several productivity applications such as shared calendars, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more. Online storage with Google Drive, and collaboration tools are key features of the G Suite range.
Google Docs is an online word processor used to create, format and edit documents, either in your web browser of choice or on your smart phone or tablet. Collaboration is a key feature of the application, allowing you work on documents with other people at the same time, and add comments or suggestions for edits.
Google Sheets is a cloud-based spreadsheet application used for creating and editing spreadsheets. Data analysis, budgeting and charting are some of the features, and they open directly in your browser. Google Sheets provides a huge range of formulas and calculation options.
Google Training Courses Australia
If you are wondering where you can attend the best Google training courses, you have come to the right place.
Depending on where you live and work, we will find the best solution to suit your needs. Contact us today and together we will arrange a course that best matches your requirements.
Google Courses Melbourne
Keystroke Learning is based in Melbourne, Australia. Consequently, our courses are generally delivered in the Melbourne CBD and suburbs.
Some of the locations in the Melbourne metropolitan area where we have delivered training courses:
- Melbourne CBD
- Box Hill
- Glen Waverley
Google Training in Australia
If you live outside of Melbourne or the surrounding suburbs, we have solutions to cover your requirements. Keystroke Learning organises courses nationwide and even internationally. In fact, we often travel to the following areas:
- Albury – Wodonga
Learn Today with Keystroke Learning
What you will get by attending our Google computer training courses is extremely valuable. Keystroke Learning offers high-quality Google computer courses that will teach you some features that you thought never existed. In addition, our approach is friendly yet professional, so you will be relaxed and motivated throughout the entire course. Prices for our standard courses are listed on the Course Dates page alongside the relevant course. On the other hand, if you have a customised training solution in mind, please call us for a quote.