The age of The Cloud is upon us, whether your business is ready, or not. In recent years, we've seen enterprise Cloud strategies truly begin to evolve. In the early days, businesses simply migrated some of their applications to the Cloud to reduce the IT load. Mainly it's been overloaded email servers. However, today, increasing numbers of organizations are developing individual multi-cloud strategies to optimize their network, and critical-application performance.
Leading Comms company "RingCentral" has long been recognized for their commitment to deliver exceptional unified communications on an enterprise level, especially to Google Cloud customers. In an attempt to make communication and collaboration simpler for the modern, mobile workforce, RingCentral have recently introduced new integrations with G-Suite, strengthening their integration portfolio with time-saving features to boost productivity, and streamline teamwork.
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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.
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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.
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.
Google's G Suite offers several advantages as a professional software suite. Among these are ease of access, cloud computing, uniformity across platforms, and more. One advantage not to overlook is ease of use. As an IT professional you are likely familiar with the time and effort it takes to teach end users a new software platform. Google's G Suite is one of the easiest software suites for your end users to learn how to user and here is why.