Google Apps for Work

Google Apps for Work is cloud based set of productivity and collaboration applications. It allows your company to work faster and more efficient. It's simple and affordable for companies of all sizes; it's evolution in technology and revolution in the way your work.

Main benefits

  • never lose your data because of broken hardware
  • 24/7 access to your data from any device, desktop or mobile
  • stop buying or renting servers
  • stop installing, upgrading and managing office software
  • your data is safe
  • have a minimum 30 GB of storage for each user account
  • forget spam, that's a thing of past
  • collaborate with your team on your work
  • focus on what's important
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1. Communicate

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No matter how technology changes around us, email is dominant way of how we communicate in business scenarios. That's why Gmail's speed and convenience are great assets in your today's work. And to extend email type of communication further, you have Hangouts for chat and live video, Calendar to organize your busy schedule, and Google+ as your internal business social network.

2. Store

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30 GB of always accessible cloud based storage, shared among your email, files, and photos. And if that's not enough, for just twice the money, you get 30 times the increase and enjoy 1 TB of storage. Or simply forget about the storage and go unlimited (if you have more than 5 accounts)

3. Collaborate

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Remember the times of sending attachment to your colleagues? Wish there could be an easier way? How about instead of sending those files via email, you and your team can collaborate in real time on your documents, spreadsheets, and slides? You can with Google's set of office suite applications. And needless to say, all your documents are always with you on your Android or iOS mobile device (tablet or phone).

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General FAQs

What makes Google Apps for Work different?
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Five areas set Google Apps apart, which is why research firm Radicati named Google Apps for Work the leader in cloud business email. A summary of the report can be found in the related resources.

A cloud pioneer. Google is recognized as a trusted name and an industry leader in reliable cloud infrastructure.

Built for the cloud. Google Apps was designed as an entirely cloud-based service from the ground up, so IT departments don’t need to spend time and money maintaining any desktop components.

A complete package. The suite includes file storage and sharing with Google Drive, real-time collaboration with Google Docs, video meetings with Hangouts and professional email with Gmail, all for one single price.

Consistency and comfort. Google Apps users enjoy the same experience across different devices, operating systems and browsers, and many employees already use Google products at home.

Offline support. Gmail, Calendar and Google Docs let users view, edit and create content when they’re not on the Internet, syncing automatically when they reconnect.

Why should I pay for Google Apps for Work when Google offers similar products for free?
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With Google Apps for Work, you'll receive a number of additional business-grade services not included in the free consumer product, including: professional email at your domain, additional storage across Gmail and Drive, 24/7 phone and email support, 99.9% guaranteed uptime, interoperability with Microsoft Outlook, enhanced security features, and full administration of all user accounts.

Is Google Apps compatible with the email client I use today?
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In addition to accessing Google Apps mail from the Gmail web interface, you can send and receive mail from your favorite desktop client. Depending on the client, you can use either the IMAP or POP mail protocol. If you’re switching to Google Apps from Microsoft Exchange or some other Outlook service, you can use Google Apps Sync. This is a plug-in for Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 or 2013 that lets you use Outlook to manage your Google Apps mail, calendar and contacts—along with your Outlook notes, tasks and journal entries.