For more than a decade, Google is been building products to help people transform the way they work. At the end of this post, you will get to know about one of the amazing products built by Google know as Google Workspace.
We know that work itself is transforming in unprecedented ways. For many of you, work is no longer a physical place you go to.
Amidst this transformation, time is more fragmented between work and personal responsibilities. Human connections are more difficult than ever to establish. To avoid this Google has introduced a new form of Google Workspace formerly (G Suite).
What is Google Workspace?
Google Workspace is nothing but a package of cloud-based services that can provide your company or school with a whole new way to work together online — not just using email and chat, but over video conferences, social media, real-time document collaborations, and more.
It includes all of the apps you know and love—Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Meet, and many more. It is the best way to create, communicate, and collaborate while working from the office or home.
Three major developments by Google:
- New and deeply integrated user experience: that helps a team to collaborate more effectively, frontline workers stay connected, and businesses power new digital customer experiences.
- A new brand identity: that reflects Google’s ambitious product vision and the way their products work together.
- New ways to get started: with solutions tailored to the unique needs of Google’s broad range of customers.
Google Workspace comes with a 14-days free trial. You can try it for free and get your hands dirty. Each Google Workspace account requires at least one registered domain. You will purchase the domain as part of the sign-up flow so you will own it. If you already own a domain, you can use that one. With a 14-day free trial subscription, you can add up to 10 users that can explore all the features of Google Workspace, including business email and online storage.
Check Out our post on: How to Create a free trial Account.
For more information, visit support for free trial.
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