There's a perception among mid-size enterprises that moving to Google's email and productivity platform, G Suite Business, is a costly and cumbersome undertaking for even the most agile of IT departments. While that may have been true in 2011, today the data migration process for mail, calendars, contacts and documents is easy and inexpensive, even for complex environments.
Connecting with your customers using a dynamic e-mail service is critical. Online, you have quite a few options. Two of the most common are GoDaddy Mail and Gmail. Since your business cannot function online without e-mail, you need to determine the right one based on your needs.
There are major advantages companies can gain by migrating to G Suite Business. For instance, research has proven that the costs of administering a Microsoft Exchange server are more expensive than the expenses of operating G Suite Business; simply because G Suite Business has more beneficial, costs and time-saving features.
While any email migration may seem daunting, the business and upside case for Google's G Suite Business is hard to ignore. G Suite Business represents a strategic leap forward in end user ease of use, security and corporate data control. Hey! it's 2017. It's easy and inexpensive for you to migrate any number of mailboxes from Exchange, Lotus Notes or pretty much anywhere.
The delivery of great healthcare services requires the use of secure, cost effective communication systems. Ringcentral for Google's solutions make it easy for healthcare professionals to improve response times and in-house collaboration. In addition, organizations can lower operating expenses while complying with a wide variety of federal and state regulations. Modern, cloud based phone systems like Ringcentral are cost-effective and provide high security.
RingCentral is a business phone system that is accessed via the Cloud. It is a hosted system that businesses can use for both phone and fax service. Because it is run over the Cloud, the system can be accessed from any device with an Internet connection, just like G Suite.
Summer traditionally sees technology channel vendors discounting everything from processors to networking supplies. It's a busy season for IT departments as well. Taking advantage of technology discounts, summer slowdowns and Cloud savvy college interns the smart IT Director plans their biggest projects between June and September.
This summer Google Cloud partners are joining the Summer fun with aggressive discounts on seemingly everything in the eco-system making it the perfect summer to switch to G Suite or double down on your deployment by upgrading to G Suite Business.
Is your company on G Suite Basic? It's the $5/month version of what was called Google Apps for Work. The "Unlimited" version is now called G Suite Business and includes a lot more value than just unlimited cloud storage on Google Drive. Two additional features of note include Enhanced data security protections and Google Vault for Archiving and retention to reduce risk and hassles.
Recently Google Cloud refreshed their Office 365 competitor, Google Apps for Work, with a new name (G Suite) and three new levels of features: Basic, Business and Enterprise. At the onset G Suite pricing looks to have remained simple but a new enterprise push and sales quotas for partners there are a plethora of options for companies in the 50-5000 user range.