A user is defined as one personalized email address (you@yourcompany). Group email aliases such as sales@yourcompany and support@yourcompany are included in pricing and don’t count as additional users.
Get started with a free 14-day trial of G Suite or contact sales. After the trial ends, you can pay by credit card, or depending on the location of your business, you may also pay by direct debit as a primary form of payment. Your primary form of payment will be automatically charged on a monthly basis.
You can also pre-pay by making a manual payment to your account through NetBanking or credit card in India. The credit will be used at the start of each month, instead of your primary form of payment being automatically charged.
GSuite is Google Application suite for business for improving their business productivity. They are a set of tools but predominantly Gmail for Businesses along with collaborative Google Drive and Google Calendar.
If your organization acquires a new domain name or does business at multiple domains, you can add all your domains to your account at no extra cost. Users can then have identities at one or more of your domains while sharing services as part of a single organization. And you can manage your domains from the same Admin console. Add a domain as either a separate domain or domain alias, depending on how you plan to use it.
Yes. No matter the size of your organization, we recommend that you distribute the responsibility of managing your users and services among a select set of trusted users. You can grant a user administrative privileges by assigning them one of the available administrator roles. Assigning a role grants the user access to your Admin console. You can make a user a super administrator who can perform all tasks in the Admin console. You can also assign an administrator a role that limits which tasks the administrator can perform. For example, allowing them only to create groups, manage service settings, or reset a user’s password.
Initially, most services are turned on for all of your users. You can use the Admin console to turn off services you don’t want people to use, or to customize how services work. You have the option to enable the same settings for everyone or apply unique policies to different users. For example, you might turn on Hangouts just for your support team or allow only the marketing department to share public Google Sites.
Yes, you can work with us. We can help you evaluate, customize, deploy, and transition to G Suite. We can also provide training, data management, and ongoing support.
To use G Suite, you need a domain. Your domain name is what appears after the www. in your website URL. If you already have a domain, enter it when you sign up for G Suite. (You’ll be asked to verify that you own the domain.) If you don’t have a domain or want to use a different one with G Suite, you can purchase a domain of your choice (if available) from Google.
Yes, you can bring your existing email, contacts, and calendar data with you to G Suite. You can migrate the data for yourself and your team members, or you can let your team migrate their own data. G Suite has tools to migrate data from Microsoft® Exchange, Outlook®, or Office 365™, IBM® Notes®, and other email systems.
Google Compute Engine is the infrastructure as a service( IaaS) component of the Google Cloud Platform. Google has naturally acquired a lot of competency in building high available optimized servers for its product offerings like Google Search, YouTube, Gmail, and other services. Google allows running customer workloads on Google’s physical hardware through Google Cloud Compute Engine (GCE) infrastructure offerings.
No, this transition will not affect your current website. Setting up G Suite does not require any changes to your current web host provider.
No, you’ll continue to send/receive an email as usual. To use Gmail with G Suite, you set up your domain (MX records) to direct your mail flow to the Google mail servers. It’s like registering your new address with the post office so that mail is delivered to your new location. Once the MX records change takes effect (up to 72 hours), you can start receiving/sending emails through your G Suite account. Until then, you’ll receive/send your email through your old mail system.
Google offers the security features required for most customers directly in G Suite. G Suite’s Business and Enterprise editions offer some additional security features, such as advanced Google Drive auditing and security keys management at scale. In all plans, G Suite administrators have control over system configuration and applications from within a single dashboard via our Admin console —regardless of the size of the organization.
Google encrypts data with distinct encryption keys, even if they belong to the same customer. Data is encrypted using 128-bit or stronger Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
Yes you can install WordPress on Google Cloud instance. You can build the server from scratch and install it or directly create the WordPress installed virtual machine. Apart from WordPress, you can install any other LAMP stack applications like Joomla, Mautic etc.