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Google Apps FAQs
What is G Suite?
G Suite is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps you and your team connect and get work done from anywhere on any device. It's simple to setup, use and manage, allowing you to work smarter and focus on what really matters. It includes these modules in one seamlessly integrated suite: Gmail Calendar Drive Docs (Text docs, Sheets, Slides) Hangouts Sites Vault (optional)
What are the benefits of G SUITE?
User benefits include:
- Data accessible from anywhere, on any computer platform
- 30GB of storage per user across email and documents with powerful search capability
- Simple and fast collaboration and messaging tools
- Data is never lost, even if your laptop dies or is stolen
- Sharing mechanism within Docs, Sites and Video enables a new level of collaboration
How much money can I save with G SUITE?
Most companies have a cost model for provisioning email and productivity applications to employees - usually somewhere between $300 and $1000 per employee.
Gmail has over 400 million users and growing. With Gmail, your inbox has substantial storage to minimize the need to delete email. Furthermore, there's powerful Google search functionality and email/IM threading. Instant messaging is embedded in Gmail so you can respond to an email in real-time. Priority inbox helps you focus on the most important messages and saves you time. Also, your Gmail is available from any computer so you're no longer limited to answering email at your desk. Gmail is simple to use, but not simplistic in its functionality, which means less time required for user training. You can also use Gmail offline after enabling the offline feature in Gmail Labs.
Why Google Calendar?
With Google Calendar, you can view the calendars of co-workers and colleagues from one online calendar. Their appointments are viewable right next to yours which streamlines event planning. Google Calendar also can be integrated with other components of Google Apps. You can communicate, share and collaborate via Gmail, Talk and Calendar to reduce duplicate work and improve output efficiency. Additionally, you decide who can see your calendar details.
Why Google Docs?
Google Docs improves the speed and quality of output by enabling collaboration and discussion of a document simultaneously-- multiple people in multiple locations can view, discuss, and edit the same document from anywhere at any time. It also reduces duplicate work and confusing document tracking and version control issues while simultaneously eliminating the concern of exceeding disk space and inbox quotas with the standard back and forth emailing procedure. Furthermore, Google Docs has secure sharing. Each Google Doc has sharing controls so you don't have to worry about information getting into the wrong hands.
Why Google Drive?
Google Drive gives you access to your work from anywhere, across your Mac, PC, mobile devices and on the web. Simply download Drive on your Mac or PC to sync files from your computer to the cloud. Update a file on one device and changes are automatically saved to Drive and your other device, so you have the most up-to-date version of your files wherever you need them.
Why Google Hangouts?
Hangouts brings online video meetings right to your laptop, mobile phone or tablet. Meet face-to-face with up to 15 colleagues or clients, from anywhere in the world with just a click. Hangouts is integrated with Google’s productivity apps to fit the way you work. It’s easy to schedule a Hangout from your Calendar, or jump right in from your inbox. You can add a doc from Google Drive and work together in real time during the meeting.
Why Google Sites?
Businesses use Google Sites to make useful information accessible. Employees can create an intranet or let project teams build sites to capture and share departmental knowledge. File versioning is done automatically, so it's easy for people to make updates and get the latest version. Supported formats include .doc, .xls, .csv, .ppt, .txt, .pdf and more. Users can display Google Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations, YouTube videos, Picasa slideshows and gadgets without any programming skills. Google search technology is built-in, so employees can find useful company information as easily as searching the Internet. No coding or system expertise is required to update pages or create new internal sites, so anyone can add to shared knowledge. All of this is hosted by Google allowing users to drive innovation without the concern of justifying hardware and administration expenses.
Why Google Vault?
Vault enables seamless archiving, e-discovery and information governance capabilities to your Google Apps environment to protect your business. It is an OPTIONAL module that you can buy on top of the core G Suite. Your email and chat messages are archived and retained according to your policies, preventing inadvertent deletions. Be prepared for litigation and compliance audits with powerful search tools that help you find and retrieve relevant email and chat messages.
If I only want one of the products, do I have to buy the entire suite?
Yes. G Suite is designed as an all-in-one solution with integrated tools that work seamlessly together. For instance, you can receive a message in Gmail and instantly convert it into a Calendar event. When you make a comment in Docs, Sheets or Slides, collaborators automatically receive email alerts. With a single click, you can launch a Hangouts video meeting from your inbox or calendar. Using these tools as a complete package improves productivity while giving your business the most value. However, you are welcome to purchase the suite and only use the services of your choice.
What is the difference between G SUITE and my current Email with Startups, Inc.?
G Suite includes Google’s Gmail service, which replaces your current email service with Startups, Inc. , if you have it enabled. You can only have one email service on your domain name at the same time.
DO I NEED A GOOGLE ACCOUNT IN ORDER TO USE G Suite?
No, you don’t need to have a Google Account.
How many email boxes can I get when I purchase G Suite?
Currently you can sign up for a 14-day free trial and setup up to 10 users. Charges will automatically start after your free trial ends. You will only be billed for the users you have enabled.
Do I need a domain name in order to use G Suite?
To use G Suite, you need your Startups, Inc. domain. Your domain name is what appears after the www. in your website URL. If you already have a domain, enter it when you sign up. (You’ll be asked to verify that you own the domain.) If you don’t have a domain or want a different one, you can purchase a domain of your choice (if available) when you sign up for Google Apps.
How do I manage my G Suite account?
There are two methods of managing your G Suite service:
- Right after your purchase, at the order confirmation page, click on the green button to “Continue to activate your Google account”. Or;
- From within your account, click on “Email & Apps”, then click on “Google Apps for Work” and then click on “Manage”.
What happens after my 14 day free trial is up?
After 14 days, we will bill you on a per mailbox basis every month. So if you have setup 5 mailboxes during the trial, then those are the email boxes that you will be charged for.
Can I transfer my existing G iteSu account to Startups, Inc.?
No, not at this time. It’s a feature we are looking into utilizing at a future date.
* Offer Disclaimer: Try G Suite Basic or G Suite Unlimited for free for 14 days and add up to 10 users within your free trial. After the trial ends you will be automatically billed $5 or $10 monthly per user depending on the plan you have selected.