Google started out as just a search engine, then it started including ads and became a tool bar. Gmail came out, Google Maps started, and then it became a browser itself: Google Chrome. Google+, Google Play, Google Now, Google Play Music, everything has Google on it! But if you think that wasn’t enough, there’s still more.
Introducing the new G Suite by Google Cloud: It’s basically everything Google offers in a nutshell. You got your Gmail, Hangouts, Calendar, Google+, Drive, Documents, Sheets, Forms, Slides, Sites, Admin and Vault.
G Suite is the new enterprise solution offered via Google Cloud and it’s aimed to attack the market leaders like Microsoft Office 365, Zoho or Think Free. You may be wondering, what’s the difference when comparing it to the old Google Apps? Well… it costs $5 a month now, but let’s see what else changed.
Gmail is now ad free and consists of 30GB inbox storage. It is a more professional way of sending email. Your calendar can directly connect with Gmail, Drive, and Hangouts for easier sharing of plans. You can also create your own website just from G Suite. You can now easily add users, manage devices, and configure security and settings so your data stays safe. There’s 24/7 email and phone support. If you want to keep some files a secret to other admins, you can avail the Vault exclusively for the $10 per month membership plan.
G Suite was made for an all-in-one solution for your business; you can’t have just one of the apps. This was made solely for people with a business on the go. People that don’t have a big business to look after technically don’t need G Suite and can survive along with the free applications. But worry not if you do want to see if G Suite is for you or not, because you have a free 14 day trial when you install it. So why not try it out today and tell me all about it in the comments.
YouTube: Introducing G Suite
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