Productivity and Collaboration Tools
Google Workspace is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps law firms communicate and collaborate from any device or location - formerly known as G Suite. A flexible, innovative solution for attorneys and law firms to accomplish more.
Google Workspace FAQs
How does Gmail in Google Workspace differ from free Gmail?
Google Workspace ’s Gmail features includes: custom business email @yourfirmname, unlimited group email addresses, 99.9% guaranteed uptime, twice the storage of free Gmail, zero ads, 24/7 phone and email support, Google Workspace Sync for Microsoft Outlook, and more.
Which Google Workspace plan is right for my law firm?
While there are a variety of plans that are designed to meet your unique firm's needs. The Business Plus plan supports your archiving, eDiscovery, and compliance needs. Google Vault is included in this pricing, which allows you to retain, hold, search and export Google Workspace Data. Click Here to See Pricing
What’s included with Google Workspace (formerly G Suite)?
Similar to G Suite, all Google Workspace pricing plans provide a custom email for your law firm and includes collaboration tools like Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Chat, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites, and more.
Google Workspace vs. Office 365
In today’s dynamic digital workplace, effective communication and collaboration depend largely on having a productivity suite that’s easy to adopt and simple to use.
Quadrant Strategies explored the differences between Google Workspace and Office 365 in a recent report. The result? Google Workspace consistently drove bigger impacts in 4 areas that people and businesses care about most:
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What is the difference between G Suite and Google Workspace?
As Google evolved G Suite into a more integrated experience across their communication and collaboration tools, they rebranded to Google Workspace to represent the product vision more accurately.