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a widely used search engine that uses text-matching techniques to find web pages that are important and relevant to a user's search

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search the internet (for information) using the Google search engine

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Comprehensive Analysis: People interested in Google Update will also be interested in Google Watch
Single sign on: Once Zoho Reports is added to the Google Apps domain, all users in the domain can access Zoho Reports through the universal navigation bar in Google Apps.
Google Market Intelligence provides many benefits to the subscriber including Google Update Report, Google-specific Reports, Google Versus Reports, Custom Research Report, Advisory Service, and Google Related Research.
This Google Maps update would be consistent with Google's (http://www.
Directly installed into Google Apps by domain administrators, users can access TheBugTrack from the Google universal navigation and take advantage of single sign-on.
Small Companies and Start-up's: Any small company or start-up that has a new idea or business that could be impacted (positively or negatively) by Google
These Google Now "cards" could replace the functionality of iGoogle, which allowed users to add custom boxes to their Google homepage.
With Gmail, Google Calendar, integrated IM and video chat, users can stay connected and work together with ease.
We're pleased to partner with Google to help their enterprise clients get maximum value from Google Analytics by providing a comprehensive range of consulting services that addresses their needs.
However, the most amazing example of integrated online mapping technologies is Google Earth, acquired from Keyhole and released last June.
Battelle has done the long-term reporting required to give The Search the social and technological context of our time as well as a decent insight into Google founders (Wunderkinder Sergey Brin and Larry Page) and their motivations.
Search engines like Google interpret links to a Web page as objective, peer-endorsed, and machine-readable signs of value.
In my business realm, I have heard of a case where a loan was turned down by a bank after a chance Google search on a potential borrower.
I use Google frequently, and while I like it, I get the feeling I could be using it more efficiently.