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I use G Suite Enterprise for email.
We tend to implement this solution for our clients. The solution is mainly used for email.
We use G Suite Enterprise as a productivity tool. It's used to make spreadsheets, and we use Google Docs for text editing.
We are using it for online calendar and meetings. It can also be used for email, notes, cloud storage, and Google Drive.
We primarily use the solution for the various software on the platform. We also use it for sales administration.
It is mostly used for email and account management. Our infrastructure is linked to Google. We have our own domain, but the mail is Google-based. We don't have a rigid infrastructure with domain servers and things like that. Each individual computer is linked to the main account of the user for Google validation processes. We also use cloud storage for Google Drive and file sharing across the company.
We are using the complete G Suite Enterprise. It includes Google Email, Google Drive, Google Meet, Google Docs, and Google Sites. For our internal meetings, we are using Google Meet. For our email services, Google Email is there, and for our documents, we use Google Drive Enterprise. We are using the latest version of G Suite Enterprise.
We use several components of G Suite for our daily tasks including sending and receiving emails, Google Drive for storing data, and Google Calendar for meetings.
We have different use cases. We have a set of people, like the executives and recruiters, who use G Suite for documentation, email, and everything. There is a separate set of people, like the leadership team, who use it just for emails. We also use Google Meet for team meetings. All our laptops are getting backed up to Google Drive. Google has covered everything in one shot.
The primary use case of this solution is our mailbox engine.
Our administrator has it set up so that we can share the Calendar and Gmail, we can send Gmail outside, but we cannot include any outsiders in the documents. It is possible to change that, but that's the way our administrator has set it up, that it's totally a private environment. We use Gmail, we use Calendar, we use Drive and Drive includes presentations, although their presentations aren't great, documents and spreadsheets, workbooks, which are multiple spreadsheets. I think that's it. But the presentation is not great so we don't use it very much.
It's a wonderful solution for an organization that is changing in size dramatically. I find it super easy to add, delete, or replace users. From an administrative perspective, that's really nice. It provides all the collaboration and integration needed for teams and uses the Microsoft Suite of solutions quite nicely.
The primary use case is for communications, through email.
We have a team of eight people and everyone is using G Suite whether for collaboration, storing files, Google Word, or using Sheets to Slides, it's all on G Suite. 99.95% of our work revolves around it. It's mainly for office related work and collaborations, that's our primary use case. We're a customer of G Suite and I'm the founder and M.D. of our company.
I use it for various aspects of my business (scheduling/calendar, email, etc.).
Our primary use case for this solution is collaboration but we also use it for email and the calendar. We deal with medium and large size companies. We're partners with G Suite and I'm an IT cloud manager.
We use it as our main email system, so everybody is on that email as a platform. We use it for collaboration, using their tools for Google Meet or Google Hangouts. We use it for their tools that are similar to office tools. They have a spreadsheet, they have what you would see in Office, and they have similar tools to that. I'm able to do a Word documentation or editor, and spreadsheets. We use it for meetings, so it is our counterpoint to an office type of thing.
I deployed this for a public administration with two hundred accounts. They were replacing Office 365 with this solution because of the price.
The main reason I use this platform is to share ideas with my coworkers in a safe way and in real time. G Suite is a platform that unifies what the office requires. Email, calculator, and calendar, among others. It is also easy to implement and its performance is excellent.
It's an amazing business solution to manage enterprise data efficiently and with ultimate privacy. All of the accounts can be easily managed by the administrator to detect malfunctions within the enterprise.
Awesome collaboration features. Great group meetings, sharing, and using an integrated environment with office tools.
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