Thursday, 11 October 2012

CiCS Quiz - Google Apps, the Answers



The annual Suppliers Fair took place on Wednesday 10th October. Staff from CiCS were on hand to discuss our services, in particular what Google apps are now available for staff.

Thanks to all those who entered our CiCS quiz ‘Name the Google App’.  The winners were Helen and Angela from the Registrar and Secretary’s Office.  If you knew a few of the icons and guessed or googled the rest the answers can be found below:

Google Chrome. Chrome is a free web browser developed by Google.

Google Groups. Groups can be used by you and your colleagues to share Google Apps, such as defining groups in Calendar.
Groups

Google +.  Google+ makes it easier to collaborate and communicate using video conferencing or online discussions through circles of contacts.
Google+

Google Hangouts. Hangouts let you video chat with up to 10 people, face-to-face. Just click the Start a Hangout button and invite your colleagues.
Hangouts

 
Google Docs. Google Docs makes it easy for you to share and collaborate on documents, spreadsheet and presentations. You can also create web forms that allow many people to input data into an online spreadsheet.
Docs

Google Drive.   Google Drive is a free service that lets you store all your files including documents, photos, videos and Google Docs online and access them anywhere.
Drive

Blogger.  Blogger is a web based tool that helps you publish  to the web instantly. You make posts to your blog by submitting a simple form on the Blogger website, and the results immediately show up on your site, with your design.
Create a blog


You Tube. YouTube is a video-sharing website on which users can upload, share and view videos. Most of the content on YouTube has been uploaded by individuals, although many organisations now offer their material via the site.
You Tube



Google was founded on the 4th September 1998