Business collaboration is the norm, whether everyone is working in the same office space or not. Providing the latest technology for knowledge sharing and communication is critical. G Suite is a cloud-based solution enabling effective collaboration through flexibility, productivity, and transparency.
A few decades ago, workers would be expected to answer phones, rip open physical mail, track faxes, and meet in-person with colleagues in the office. With the digital transformation, more of what we do is online. Adding email, file sharing, video conference calls, and chat could have overwhelmed us. Then came the business collaboration platforms streamlining workflow in a single solution. One of these is G Suite.
G is for Google in the case of G Suite. It’s Google cloud’s bid to compete with the likes of Microsoft’s Office 365. G Suite aims to make “working together a whole lot easier.” It combines productivity and collaboration tools around:
- Connection – Gmail, Google Hangouts (chat and video conferencing), Google Calendar
- Access – Google Drive, Google Cloud Search
- Creation – Google Docs, Spreadsheets, Forms, Slides, Websites, App Scripting, and more.
- Control – Administration Settings, Analytics, Mobile Device Management, Data Storage.
All of this in a single place. Yes, Google offers many of these solutions separately for free (or ad supported), but with G Suite you pay per user for a more comprehensive solution with added control.
What G Suite Offers Your Business