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Learn how G Suite’s apps will help you run a better business and how it makes working together easy.
In today’s highly mobile business world, cloud storage is the norm—it offers convenient and secure storage for your files, allowing you to access them from anywhere, anytime. Google Drive is a cloud storage platform that integrates seamlessly with other G Suite apps, such as Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
A common misconception is that Gmail is pretty much all users get for their money when signing up for Google Suite. And that couldn’t be more wrong. The Google Suite is a comprehensive suite of popular Google productivity apps, such as Google Docs, Drive, Calendar, and Hangouts.
Gmail has been with us since its beta testing began in 2004. In 2009, Gmail was officially launched, and Google hasn’t looked back since. By 2016, Gmail use hit a record 1 billion worldwide. These users enjoy all the apps that Gmail has to offer, including Google Docs, Google+, Google Calendar, Google Drive, and Google My Business.
Ever since Google took business by storm with G Suite (formerly called Google Apps for Work), it’s becoming a top choice for companies in heavily regulated industries. As of January 2018, more than 4 million businesses are paying for G Suite’s collaboration and productivity tools, such as Gmail, Drive, Docs, and Calendar.