Have you been wanting to take Google+ to work? Now’s your chance.
The search giant said Wednesday that it is folding features from Google+ into Google Apps, including Hangouts, the video chat service which can connect up to 10 peeps and can now be turned into a virtual meeting, albeit a small one. Google Apps is the software that Google hawks to companies and competes with Microsoft.
Google is a bit of a laggard in social networking, which has already made a grand –- and potentially lucrative -- entrance into the business world. Look no further than Yammer, which Microsoft bought for $1.2 billion.
“We think Google+ can help colleagues collaborate more easily and get things done—and get to know each other along the way,” Google said in a blog post.