G Suite for Business
Using Outlook or Lotus? No problem—G Suite has tools to let you migrate
your emails from these platforms with ease. It also integrates with Google
Calendar to help you stay on top of upcoming deadlines.
What is G Suite?
G Suite is a suite of web-based tools and applications
for business that lets you:
Connect with colleagues.
Easily access files.
Create different types of deliverables, such as documents, spread sheets, slides, and forms.
Communicate via email or video conferencing.
Search for and store files on the cloud.
Manage your users and their devices.
A popular email platform that’s been around since 2004, Gmail is arguably
the best-known app in G Suite— and it’s certainly come a long way since its
When bundled with G Suite, Gmail allows you to create a custom, professional
email domain for your users, such as firstname.lastname@example.org
instead of email@example.com. And since G Suite is all about
convenience, you can access your Gmail inbox anywhere, anytime, and on
any device, even when you’re offline.
Speaking of convenience, Gmail for G Suite maintains the familiar labeling
system that lets you efficiently categorize your emails. You can also preview
attachments and request read receipts for emails you send.
In terms of security, Gmail is a solid choice; it incorporates Data Loss
Protection (DLS), S/MIME encryption, and TLS server-to-server encryption
to protect your data.
Thinking of making the move to G Suite, or just want to
learn more about the apps and benefits it offers? We’ve
put together a comprehensive overview of everything you
need to know.