Get a solution that helps you address both of these problems.
With a Google Workspace, access a cloud based platform that allows you to efficiently communicate and collaborate seamlessly without using a complicated tool.
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Power of Gmail
On the Go Communication
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use my existing domain with Google Workspace?
Yes, you can use an existing domain with your Google Workspace order.
What happens to my existing mail, contacts, and calendar data when I move to Google Workspace?
When switching to Google Workspace from another program or web service, you can import your existing mail, contacts, and calendar data with you. You can migrate from Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, IMAP servers, and other Google accounts.
Is Google Workspace compatible with the email client?
Aside from the Gmail web interface, you can send and receive mail using your favorite desktop client. Set it up as IMAP or POP mail and you’re good to use it.
If you’re switching to Google Workspace from Microsoft Exchange or some other Outlook service, you can use Google Workspace Sync. This plug-in for Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, or 2013 lets you use Outlook to manage your Google Workspace mail, calendar, and contacts, along with your Outlook notes, tasks, and journal entries.
If I only want one of the products, do I have to buy the entire suite?
Yes. Google Workspace is designed as an all-in-one solution with tools that work seamlessly together. Using these tools as a complete package improves productivity while giving your business the most value.
But, of course, you’re free to use the tools that you only need.
Do I get unlimited space in the Enterprise Plans?
Google Workspace provides flexible pooled storage per user that is shared across the organisation. With the enterprise plan, customers have 5 TB of pooled storage per user. You can also increase it with the help of our Support Team.
What is Google Vault?
Google Vault is an information management tool for Google Workspace. You can use it to retain, hold, search, and export users’ Google Workspace data as listed below:
- Gmail messages
- Drive files
- Google Chat messages (history turned on)
- Google Meet recordings and associated chat, Q&A, and polls logs
- Google Groups messages
- Google Voice for Google Workspace text messages, voicemails and their transcripts, and call logs
- New Google Sites
- Classic Hangouts messages (history turned on)