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Here’s How to Upgrade to G Suite Business and Get up to 6 Months Free.

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Google Cloud recently revamped their Google Apps for Work and rebranded them as Google G Suite Basic and G Suite Business.   While pricing hasn’t changed for Google Apps, the feature differences between basic and business is stark so I’ve been urging clients to upgrade to G Suite Business.   Now I’ve found a way for a majority of G Suite Basic domains to upgrade AND get 33% off from Google Cloud Partners.

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Here's Our 4 Step Process to Deploying G Suite

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The migration to Google Apps is a piece of cake when you are following this four step process to deploying G Suite.   Our Apps Admins follow this process when deploying larger customers and can even guide you through each step by telephone and video call - for Free!  

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Here’s How IT Pros Can Get Up to 12 hours of G Suite Deployment Support For Free.

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Today we’re introducing a Free G Suite deployment service for IT professionals that provides up to 12 hours of consulting and advice - More than enough time needed to walk IT professionals through Google’s best practices on deploying businesses from fifty to one thousand users.

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Here's The Difference Between G Suite Basic and G Suite Business

google-apps-for-work-premier-launcher.png Deciding on the right G Suite Apps package for your business means understanding the differences between the available products. Google no longer offers the free version of Google Apps for Work to new clients, and neither can Google Cloud Partners. The options available for businesses today are G Suite Basic, and G Suite Business. Both are fully functioning productivity suites, but depending on the needs of your business you might need the extra functionality allowed through G Suite Business.

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3 Great Change Management Activities for Companies Switch to G Suite Apps.

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Migrating to GSuite Apps can be quite rewarding for any organization, but this migration is easier said than done. Moving to GSuite Apps is not just about changing software. In fact, the “changing of technology part” might be the easiest part of the whole migration process.

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Apps Admins & The Key to Securing G Suite Business

G Suite users - I worry about you.  I’ve been a Google partner for over 5 years now and when it comes to organizations, especially emerging mid-size businesses in the 10-100 user space, I’ve seen it all.   Two things you need to know for 2017:  1) You are the low-hanging fruit for hackers  2)  Protecting your employees and everything you’ve worked for is a no-brainer in Google Cloud.  Read this article and I’ll literally give you the keys to protecting your Google accounts.

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Here's the Difference Between Google's G Suite Business and Basic

Google's G Suite of business apps is fast becoming mature enough to provide effective solutions for mid-market and large businesses to collaborate and innovate.  The rebranded suite (formerly Google Apps for Work) allows any organization to boost productivity and comes in two variants: Basic and Business.  G Suite Business is the premium edition that offers access to all apps available in Basic in addition to Google Vault and unlimited storage. Most importantly G Suite Business comes with an array of audit and reporting features as well as Drive administration capabilities.

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RingCentral for Google Keeps Getting Even Better.

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RingCentral for Google has been updated again and is another step towards seamless integration, collaboration, speed, efficiency, security, and simplicity.   As a cloud communications system used in conjunction with GSuite Business,  RingCentral for Google is the most powerful communications solutions available for business.

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Closing the IT Security Gap in Mid-Market Companies

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When criminals, foreign governments, or supposed activist organizations launch cyber attacks on businesses, it only makes the news when big corporations are the targets, but mid-size companies are the victims of these same type of attacks more often than people think. In fact, small and mid-size companies are more frequently becoming the targets of attacks because hackers view their data as easy to access. Attackers know this because mid-size companies invest far less in cyber security than their larger counterparts, partly because they think they are obscure targets. In order to close this security gap, smaller companies will need to reevaluate their IT security needs and start relying more on service providers like Google and their cloud computing solutions.

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