AppsCare, powered by Netpremacy, announce increased collaboration for its users through offline editing for Google Presentations

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Offline editing is now available for AppsCare's customers using Google presentations via the Google Apps suite. Presentations facilitate collaboration on the move - offline access is already available for Gmail, Docs and Sheets…

Google presentations go offline
"We want to get people thinking Web apps are just as immune to network flakiness as native apps," Alan Warren, senior director of Google Drive and Docs said.

AppsCare provide Google Apps, a cloud-based suite of collaborative tools to thousands of companies across the globe. Google Presentations, similar to the Microsoft product, 'PowerPoint' is part of the Google Apps suite. AppsCare customers are now able to view and edit Google Presentations even when there is no Internet connection available. Offline capabilities for Google Presentations impact customers of AppsCare, a Google Enterprise Premier Partner. This will "increase remote access for our customers using the suite as it provides access to presentations when travelling on an airplane or train without wireless Internet," said a spokesperson from AppsCare.

How does it work? All formatting changes are saved to a local cache and then synched to Google Drive when back online. When working online any edits that are made when using Google Drive products are automatically saved, so there is no need to worry about searching for the latest version of a file.

In order for AppsCare's customers to be able to work in offline mode, it needs to be enabled.

A few things to note:

  •     Set up computers individually. If offline access is required on both a laptop and desktop computer, it will need to be set it up twice — once on each computer.
  •     It's Chrome-only. Offline access is unavailable in other browsers. Give Chrome a try!

Google Apps, a product sold by AppsCare is the only 100% cloud based IT infrastructure and suite of collaborative tools, that enables employees to work the way they want. Apps allows users to work from any device, in any location and collaborate in real time with colleagues. AppsCare's customers can create, share, and edit documents with anyone, regardless of whether they have a Google account. Also, the ability to view document changes in real time – even those made by several people at once in the same document – has its advantages.

AppsCare®, Google Enterprise Premier Partner (powered by Netpremacy Global Services) is a world leader in cloud services provisions, supporting over 2500 customers in 33 countries. Their fortnightly newsletter provides latest industry news, tips and ‘how to’ features and useful information about Cloud computing, to subscribe to their mailing list click here.

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