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Google WorkspaceA set of Web-based productivity and collaboration applications from Google. Introduced in 2006 and previously titled "G Suite," Google Workspace is a paid service that presents a business face to employees with their company logo on every page. Third-party applications are also available. In addition, Google guarantees 99.9% uptime for email.
All Google Workspace plans are based on users per month and, along with admin controls, include the following products. See Google and Google Docs.
Drive cloud storage
Meet video calling
Currents collaboration (like Slack)
Docs word processing
Slides presentations (like PowerPoint)
Sites website builder
Apps Script ties apps together
Cloud Search created documents
Cloud Google MeetBUSINESS Storage Video CallingPLANS Per User Participants Starter 30GB 100 Standard 2TB 150 Plus 5TB 250 ENTERPRISEPLAN Unlimited 250
How Google Workspace Came About
In 2007, Google combined the Google Docs business suite with Gmail and calendar into free and paid products. By offering a paid suite of primary business applications with telephone support priced per user, Google threw its hat squarely into the cloud-based office software arena. For sharing and collaborations, users can also upload local documents to the Google cloud.
When introduced, a free Standard Edition was available. Although discontinued in 2012, existing accounts were not terminated. Google Workspace has had several names. It was originally the Premier Edition of Google Apps, later renamed Google Apps for Business, Google Apps for Work and G Suite. In 2020, G Suite was renamed Google Workspace.
G Suite for Education
G Suite and G Suite Enterprise for Education offer special prices for educators. For the time being, they retain the G Suite brand. See Google.
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