Google Apps For Business
Reduce IT costs and increase business productivity
Google Apps for Business
Google Apps has helped companies of all sizes, in every industry, in every corner of the world save time and money and improve how they work together securely.
Google Apps offers simple, powerful communication and collaboration tools for your business; all hosted by Google to streamline setup, minimise maintenance, and reduce IT costs.
Use the video panel to hear from businesses like yours that have switched to Google Apps.
Who uses Google Apps?
A 500 employee marketing and communications agency based in the U.K became more efficient and productive when switching to Google Apps for Business.
"Google Apps has been designed from the ground up to be delivered as a cloud service. The opportunities that we have as a business to be able to collaborate in new ways are enabled by the technology."
A UK-based, award-winning international practice of architects, urbanists and designers with + 500 employees across 13 offices - discusses their move to Google Apps for Business.
"Google Apps was engineered and architected for a cloud based environment; Microsoft's solution seemed to be - well we have this application, let's see if we can shoe-horn it into a cloud-type architecture."
A leading travel company, switched more than 10,000 users to Google Apps for Business in 11 countries around the world. Hear how they expect to leverage these tools and improve the way their business operates.
"We saw that Google's offerings would be secure and reliable and take a lot of the pain out of managing our operations by moving into the cloud."
Hear how "EAT" - a fast growing UK based restaurant chain with more than 1,700 employees improved collaboration across their stores and offices by moving to Google Apps for Business.
"With Google Apps, we have low support costs and fewer points of failure. Our recipe for success was to move to Google Apps!" Cesar Ramanauskas - Systems Engineer
What is Google Apps
Google Apps for Business is a web-based suite of messaging and collaboration applications. The solution is hosted by Google and eliminates the time and cost involved in managing traditional IT solutions in-house.
This video explores how Google Apps for Business increases user productivity, enabling them to communicate and collaborate more efficiently and effectively.
What is Google Apps for Business?
Google Apps offers simple, powerful communication and collaboration tools for any business - all hosted by Google to streamline setup, minimise maintenance, and reduce IT costs. You'll save costs by avoiding additional hardware or software and Apps is built with the latest technology to secure your data.
Google Apps Explained:
Powerful & easy to use
With Google Apps for Business you can focus on innovation, productivity and strategic IT:
- Innovate: share information and collaborate real-time
- Boost employee productivity: With 25GB of storage employees can focus on work instead of email quota
- Access anywhere: Universal access on your mobile device, laptop, or computer in a multi-OS environment
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