Google Revamps G Suite

Google Revamps G Suite for Enterprises

Google says that as several enterprises like Nielsen, Colgate and Airbus are turning to G Suite a revamp is in order to help businesses ‘reimagine’ how they work

Companies are increasingly looking at ways to stay competitive in this rapidly changing market. Therefore, in order to help enterprises stay that way, Google today announced updates to its flagship enterprise product G suite.

In a blog-post, Google says that as several enterprises like Nielsen, Colgate and Airbus are turning to G Suite, a revamp is in order to help businesses ‘reimagine’ how they work.  Some of the improved features that have been added to G Suite are as follows: Gmail with redesigned security warnings, snooze and offline access, cloud search, Google Voice and Drive Enterprise Sku.

Google in a bid to pay more emphasis to security uses machine learning to analyze threat indicators across billions of messages in Gmail to quickly help identify potential security attacks in the making. Google is now making Gmail available to G Suite customers so that companies can take advantage of features like redesigned security warnings, snooze and offline access.

Also, the Cloud Search functionality is expected to help companies securely index their third-party data beyond G Suite. The enterprise version of Voice has also been introduced in G Suite, which is tightly integrated with G Suite apps like Hangouts Meet and Google Calendar, providing administrator capabilities best suited for the enterprise, says Google.

Google Suite Basic version with 30GB storage costs $5 per month (approx. Rs. 340), G Suite Business with unlimited storage and archiving costs $10 per month (approx Rs. 680) and G Suite Enterprise with advanced controls and capabilities costs $25 per month (approximately Rs. 1700).

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