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Google Goes Instant

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 09-09-2010 Print

The week's hot topics include Google going Instant, Mark Hurd joining Oracle, scary cybercrime stats and major movement in notebooks and smartphones.

Google launched Instant Search on Sept. 7. The service allows users to view results in real-time as they input a query. Google says that the new Search offering will help users get to their desired destinations sooner.

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That should be good news for you and your operation. Companies rely heavily upon Google to perform research or find content related to a project. Now that Google is easier to use and performing far more effectively than before, your operation should stand to benefit. Not only will it help your internal employees find what they need, but the changes could make it easier than ever for potential customers to find your company, which is a win-win for all.


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