The transition from Google GSuite to Workspace is a big step for businesses looking to modernize and streamline their collaborative processes. This transition began on January 31, 2022, and eligibility dates are provided to companies based on the features they use and after their current annual/fixed-term plan ends. Google will provide at least 30 days’ notice to the account holder prior to your transition.
Pricing should not be affected as Google said they will be transitioning you into the new Google Workspace subscription based on what you currently use with G Suite. It is important to keep in mind that pricing can vary based on specific product usage.
As the new platform, Workspace offers much more than what was available with GSuite. Here’s what you need to know about the transition:
First, Workspace provides a consistent experience for users, no matter which device they’re using. It includes a set of core features, including messaging, groups, and search across devices – so users are always connected wherever they go.
Second, Workspace offers advanced security features to help keep your data secure. This includes two-factor authentication, single sign-on, encryption, and authentication for third-party apps.
Third, Workspace also includes analytics capabilities to track how your organization is using the platform. This helps you better understand user engagement and make decisions to improve collaboration processes.
Finally, Workspace comes with a variety of pricing options that can be tailored to your specific needs. Whether you’re a small business or a large enterprise, Workplace can provide the collaboration tools you need.
As you navigate the switch from GSuite to Workspace, keep these features in mind and research which plan best suits your organization’s needs. The added security, analytics capabilities, and consistent experience make Workspace an excellent tool for your business.
If you need help with this transition, contact the Google experts at Higher Images today to learn more!