Google Jamboard, the whiteboard sharing and collaboration tool, has a new feature rolling out that will be handy for G Suite users who have the device. You will now be able to see your Jamboard created files in your Google Drive, making it easier to review and to share those files with others.
While the rollout of this new feature will take a few days, once you have it, you will be able to do three key functions within Google Drive with Jamboard files:
- Share jam files directly from Drive.
- Open jam files from Drive in the Jamboard web and mobile applications.
- Search for jam files in Drive (by entering “type:jam” in the Drive search bar).
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Google has announced today that their whiteboard sharing and collaboration platform, Google Jamboard, has been moved to a core G Suite service. The move means that the device will be available to all levels of G Suite customers including Basic, Business, Enterprise, and Education customers. When launched, Google Jamboard was only available to Enterprise customers.
The 55″ 4K monitor based Jamboard comes with a stylus for interactions (it’s passive so no pairing required) and can even distinguish between the stylus and your finger. Think of drawing with the stylus and erasing with a finger. It is available for $4999 in three colors and has a rolling stand available for an additional $1349. You can check out ordering details here.
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Back in March, at the Google Cloud Next event, Google announced a new whiteboard-meets-collaboration tool, Jamboard. The 55″ 4K monitor comes with a stylus for interactions (it’s passive so no pairing required) and can even distinguish between the stylus and your finger. Think of drawing with the stylus and erasing with a finger.
The idea is to increase productivity. You have a whiteboard session that multiple users can interact with from different locations. That includes Drive and the rest of G Suite. You can then collaborate seamlessly and has a built-in camera so it can be the center piece of a conference room. While Google did not say specifically it was aimed at Surface Hub from Microsoft, it’s pretty clear this is aimed to take it on.
For those of you who are on G Suite, you can now call your Google Cloud partner or rep and order your Jamboard. It costs $4999 plus an annual maintance fee of $600 ($300 if you order by September 30th). If you want the rolling stand, that’s $1199 before September 30th, or $1399 afterward.
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Google is taking on the conference room and collaboration in a big, bold new way. I’ve already told you about Hangout Meet but add to that Google Jamboard. Jamboard is aimed at being a whiteboard with collaboration across multiple sites with deep integration into G Suite for file collaboration and sharing. The 55″ 4K monitor comes with a stylus for interactions (it’s passive so no pairing required) and can even distinguish between the stylus and your finger. Think of drawing with the stylus and erasing with a finger.
Google states it is a merge of digital and physical creativity and having seen a demo and using it at Google Cloud Next today, it is mighty impressive.
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