Google's new Currents app is its enterprise replacement for Google+

Google Assistant will finally work with business G Suite accounts

Google Assistant now works with your G Suite work calendar

Please note that this only works with Google Assistant that is synchronized with your work account. Yes, Currents is a new G suite Enterprise app for the Google users to take care of all the services that you use from Google. Just like Google Currents which is now the G Suite's replacement for another dead product: Google+.

For those of you with a G Suite account, you'd be well versed in the idiosyncrasy of Google's paid offering. Google said the beta will be available "in the next few months". However, an event can not yet be created through the Assistant, although this feature should be available in future. Google is also bringing Hangout Chat into Gmail.

We use G Suite at Ausdroid quite extensively, so we'll be looking forward to this feature working pretty soon.

Google announced Google Currents to be the name of the new Google+ app for Enterprise. Voice also features artificial intelligence capabilities that can help to transcribe voicemail messages and block spam calls.

Voice also provides text-to-speech capabilities that can be used for recorded greetings. Up front, you'd think oh, Google has a paid productivity service it must be better right?

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I mean, when you have groups of five heading to several different shows over the course of several weeks, it helps if they change up some of the content.

This means all team communications can easily be accessed in one place on users' desktops.

New add-ons from companies like Box and Workfront that let G Suite users toggle between those third-party business apps from within G Suite, another example of why integration is so important to modern business software.

Among the announcements is that Cloud Search, which was launched as a way to search a company's own assets, can now search SAP, Salesforce and Microsoft's Sharepoint.

It's been eight years since the inception of Google+ social networking, but it never got any positive response from the users.

Live captions are coming to Hangouts Meet, the G Suite video conferencing system, and a live streaming feature that can support up to 100,000 viewers is becoming generally available.

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