Whether you’re running a successful solo operation, or have 50 employees working for your company, you may be looking to streamline your efficiency by setting up shop in the Google application suite.
Benefits of using G Suite
Sharing Documents - you can share documents over one portal with just the click of a button. The sharing setting also permits ‘view-only’ and ‘can edit’ assignments on a per case basis.
Unlimited Aliases - For every G Suite account, you are permitted the use of multiple aliases. For example, you could split these aliases into departments such as firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. This diversification allows you to create specific and indicative starting points for potential clients to get in contact with.
Greater storage capacity - The default for Gmail accounts is 15GB, spread between your email and anything you keep in the drive. For a G Suite account that capacity is bumped up to 30GB at the $5/month level. This can also be upgraded further.
24/7 Customer Support - Surprisingly, the free Gmail option does not come equipped with customer support. With G Suite you’re completely covered 24/7 with phone, email and live chat.
2-Step Authentication - G Suite offers 2-step verification that can be enforced on all of your company’s users to ensure every device connecting to your network has been verified through phone and email.
Setting up an Email in GSuite
Click “Get Started”.
Enter your business name, number of employees and location.
Enter your contact information.
Does your business have a domain? Click “Yes, I have one I can use”.
Enter your domain name.
Confirm you want to use that domain.
Enter the username you want to appear before “@example.com” and a password.
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