G Suite is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps teams communicate, collaborate and get things done from anywhere and on any device. It’s simple to set up, use and manage, so your business can focus on what really matters
Over 5 million businesses have gone Google and use Google Apps. Find out how Google Apps has transformed the businesses of many of our customers worldwide.
Business benefits include:
- Decreased cost Increased employee productivity, enabling faster decision making.
- More flexibility to deploy changes and innovations fast and get on with business
- Focus resources on strategic initiatives instead of operational activities
- Attractive IT environment for the younger generation of employees
Most companies have a cost model for provisioning email and productivity applications to employees – usually somewhere between $300 and $1000 per employee.
Yes our solution has open APIs to all applications and you can get email, calendars, and documents back in other industry formats (IMAP, iCal, MS Office) for migration purposes.
To put it simply, Google does not own your data. G Suite includes dozens of critical security features specifically designed to keep your data safe, secure and in your control. Your data belongs to you, and Apps tools enable you to control it, including who you share it with and how you share it. When you put your data in Google Apps, you still own it, and it says just that in our contracts. We take data privacy and security very seriously. Make sure you review our G Suite Security and Privacy
With traditional software, employees save data to insecure USB drives, discs and laptops for easy access. With Google Apps, because employees can access information securely from anywhere, they’re less likely to save sensitive data locally. And with Google Apps’ 99.9% uptime guarantee, you can be confident that employees will have access whenever they need it. The 99.9% uptime SLA for Google Apps is offered to organizations using Google Apps for Business, as described in the Google Apps for Business Terms of Service and covers the full range of application services as specified there.
We recognize that offline capabilities are still critical in today’s business world. Although broadband connectivity is becoming more ubiquitous, there are still scenarios where users need to be offline (e.g., airplane travel). G Suite’s offline support through the Chrome browser lets you keep working even when you’re disconnected. Gmail Offline capability is provided as a free Chrome web application. Offline access for Google Calendar also allows you to schedule your events while disconnected from the Internet. And with Offline Docs support, you’re able to view Google documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and drawings even when you don’t have an Internet connection. You’re also able to edit Google documents, presentations, and drawings offline.