Today’s guest blog post is written by Matt Robinson, Implementation Specialist, Patron Technology.
For many folks who work in the offices of an arts organization, there are a whole lot of details to keep track of: grant deadlines, ads and community calendar listings, pricing and promotions, website updates, rehearsal schedules, playbill listings, and let’s not forget all of those meetings. It’s enough to make your head spin!
I am rather known among my social circle for saying “I get so excited whenever I find a way to incorporate a new part of my life into Google.” For reference, I actively use Google’s Gmail, Calendar, Play Music, Maps, Photos, Fit, Keep, Wallet/Android Pay, Voice/Hangouts, and am of course writing this blog post in a Google Doc. I also recently spent an embarrassingly large portion of my future paychecks on purchasing a Pixel, Daydream, Home, and Chromecast Audio… To answer your question: no, I’m not ready to admit that I have a problem yet.
While Google is my cloud service of choice (clearly!) the reality is that I am excited anytime I can make my data accessible via the cloud.Read the Article