Google Apps For Work

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Google Apps for Work (formerly known as Google Apps for Business) is a suite of a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed by Google. It includes Google’s popular services: Gmail, Google Drive, Google Hangouts, Google Calendar, and Google Docs.

  1. Gmail

As part of G Suite, Gmail comes with additional features designed for business use, including:  

  • Email addresses with the customer’s domain name (@yourcompany.com)
  • 9% guaranteed uptime with zero scheduled downtime for maintenance
  • 30GB of storage space
  • 24/7 phone and email support
  • Synchronization compatibility with Microsoft Outlookand other email providers
  • No advertising.
  1. Google Drive
    Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service, which is described as a place where users can create, share, collaborate, and keep all of your stuff.

With Google Drive, users can upload any type of file to the cloud, share them with others, and access them from any technical devices. As part of G Suite, Google Drive provides useful features designed for business use, including:

  • Either 30GB, 1TB per user, or unlimited storage, depending on the plan
  • Advanced admin controls, depending on the plan
  • Auditing and reporting insights for Drive content and sharing, depending on the plan
  1. Google Hangout
    Google Hangouts allows up to 25 people for the consumer version and 30 people for the work version to join conversations from their computer or mobile device. Participants can share their screens, and view and work on things together. The Hangouts On Air service lets people stream live broadcasts to Google+, YouTube, and their websites. Following is features that Google Hangout offers users:
  • Up to 25 members per call (30 for G Suite Enterprise users)
  • Ability to join meetings from the web or through the Android or iOS apps
  • Ability to call into meetings with a dial-in number
  • Password-protected dial-in numbers for G Suite Enterprise edition users
  • Integration with Google Calendar for one-click meeting calls
  • Screen-sharing to present documents, spreadsheets, or presentations
  1. Google Calenders

Google Calendar is an online calendar which is intended to help users to keep track of time and schedules. As part of G Suite, Google Calendar comes with additional features designed for business use, including:

  • Smart scheduling of meetings, where the service finds available times and appropriate locations based on coworkers' schedules
  • Public of calendars to the web , so that consumers can see a business' upcoming events
  • Calendar integration with Google Sites
  • Easy migration from Exchange, Outlook or iCal, or from .ics and .csv files
  • Ability to see what meeting rooms and shared resources are available
  1. Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms

    Google Apps includes online editors for creating text documents or spreadsheets, presentations, and surveys: Google Docs & Spreadsheets. Following is some outstanding functions:
  • Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms work with any web browser or on any web-enabled mobile devices.
  • Documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and surveys can be shared, commented on, and co-edited in real time.
  • Additional features are various. Unlimited revision history, for example, is able to keep all changes saved in one folder and offline access that lets people work on their documents without internet connection.

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