Google and Microsoft are two of the most popular enterprise software providers. Their suites of business apps, Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) and Microsoft 365 (previously Office 365) cover the productivity and communication needs of millions of organisations around the world. In this article, we are going to compare the enterprise software pricing between Google Workspace and Microsoft 365.
Office 365 is one of the most popular office suites for documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Although it’s hard to match its set of features, there are plenty of Office 365 alternatives that are easy to use and budget-friendly.
A key challenge as the world emerges from COVID is to reshape the way we work and ensure that employees and stakeholders are all part of a joined up organisation which respects their individual contribution.
Web-based collaboration tools are essential for organisations looking to transition to hybrid or remote working. Since work is no longer a place, toolkits such as Google Workspace are being redesigned to increase employee wellbeing across all working locations.
Google Workspace (previously G Suite) is a collection of apps that streamlines productivity and collaboration. Using this Google Workspace pricing guide, you can find the right plan for your organisation.
Google Workspace for Education is a set of productivity tools and services tailored for schools. If you’re just getting started with the service or want to build on your knowledge, let’s take a look at the Google Workspace for Education fundamentals.
Google Workplace is the ultimate productivity toolkit. It combines Gmail, Google Docs, Calendar, Google Meet and more into a professional set of apps with advanced features for business and education. In this guide, I will show you how to get started with Google Workspace in just a few steps.
Google Drive is a great way to store, collaborate and share information and we know that Google has spent years developing one of the most advanced and secure infrastructures to keep your data safe and secure, so that’s all good. But when your team can share files with whoever they like, you could become vulnerable to the risk of data loss, either accidental or deliberate, and that’s definitely bad news.
Google has announced some changes to its Workspace suite of apps and services including availability for anybody who has a Google account. This means that all Google users can take advantage of productivity apps such as Chat, Calendar, Docs and more, to collaborate with others without having to pay for a subscription.