Google Apps for Work = GSuite = now Google Workspace
We know that our “collaboration” with Google has been key to our professional (and personal) success.
We started with Google Engage, then Google Agency Partners, and then Google North America in its early stages. We have been using Gmail as our primary email since inception (remember those awesome codes you had to wait for from friends to send to you? Brilliant supply/social proof experiment to drive demand!).
Definitely highly recommend, without any hesitation, using Google Workspace (Gmail interface) for all. Professional email, online storage, and more. Choose your Google Workspace plan. The first 14 days are free.
We have been using Business Standard equivalent ($12 per month) for about 10 years now.
All your Google Workspace questions, answered
What’s included with Google Workspace (formerly G Suite)?Similar to G Suite, all Google Workspace plans provide a custom email for your business and includes collaboration tools like Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Chat, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites, and more. For additional details, visit our plans and pricing page.
Can my company try Google Workspace before committing?Absolutely. All plans feature a free 14-day trial, so you can start to see the value of Google Workspace before signing up. Click here to start your free trial.
Which Google Workspace plan is right for my business?
How do I sign up?
I work at a large enterprise company – is Google Workspace a good fit for us?Yes, we have plans that are specifically built for larger companies that include enterprise-grade security and compliance features, flexible cloud storage options, and advanced meeting capabilities.
What is the difference between G Suite and Google Workspace?As we’ve evolved G Suite into a more integrated experience across our communication and collaboration tools, we’ve rebranded to Google Workspace to more accurately represent the product vision.