What is G Suite?
G Suite is a cloud-based solution developed by Google. Six million users rely on it daily to improve performance and productivity, and simplify work organization. Its most popular apps are Gmail, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Hangouts, and Calendar.
The app’s main purpose is to simplify document storage and sharing, improve the team’s communication, and efficiently secure data.
However, what makes it different is that it comes across as a different app on the market.
An integrated email solution
Even though there are a multitude of integrated apps, G Suite is an email solution first. Everything’s on your email. And the G Suite email is a dedicated email. That means your extension won’t end with “@gmail.com”. Instead, there would be an extension you select, and users usually go with their company name.
That goes for other users whom you can give access to. Once given authorization, they can access files, edit them, start new projects, while you can regulate and control data as the administrator. For further communication, there are chats and video calls, and a Calendar to track company events.
All notifications go to their emails so you can work on projects and have everything covered. But, that’s only possible with various integrated apps, developed to help you with particular management tasks.
Features, apps, integration
G Suite comes with a bunch of features. Depending on your subscription, you’ll get to use:
- Google Drive
- Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
- Google Form
- Google Sites
- Google Calendar
- Google Hangouts
- Google Currents
- Google Keep
- Google Vault
These are the apps you get with the basic subscription. There are other apps for data management and security, you can buy with the other two packages.
Another benefit of G Suite is that it lets you pick between three different types of subscriptions. You can choose from three main packages: basic, business, and enterprise.
All three plans include Gmail, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Calendar, and Hangouts, with the prices of the plans calculated per month and per user. This means that you can purchase any plan, and pay additionally to allow other team members to use the apps as well.
This allows you to purchase subscriptions according to your business needs, which is recommended for all businesses.
For small businesses and corporations alike
Both small and big businesses benefit from G Suite. Whether it’s simpler organization or better data protection, your business could benefit from it.
Additionally, a lot of users combine it with Focos to enhance productivity and make work easier. Being able to complete and keep track of all your work-related tasks from a single app is a major bonus in terms of convenience.
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