If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering G Suite Enterprise, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
The solution is on Google's public cloud. Currently, the solution is serving its purpose and I don't know if there are any enhancements needed. I'd rate it nine out of ten.
Many people don't understand that when you are migrating to a company, you don't need to use software for mail, and you don't need to have software to open Gmail. It's the main feature. For me, this solution and the setup is easy, but for some people who do not have the experience, they see features and don't know what they are used for. For the Cloud, people are using Active Directory or Outlook, but they should also consider Gmail. As an administrator, you don't have to manage mail software and local mail storage. When people are using Office 365 Suites online and they come from Outlook to the online version, they don't like it. Gmail is made specifically to be used through a web browser. For some people, it's a con, but for me, it's a pro. In France, many people are using old products and they have to use Microsoft Office, but for new companies, they are using new online modern software. When I meet with some of these companies, I push them toward using G Suite and Gmail. Microsoft was the top in IT, and they were beaten by Okta with regards to the single sign-on, and Gmail could do a single-sign-on earlier than Microsoft. I would recommend this product. I would rate this solution a ten out of ten.
I am completely satisfied with G Suite. It has a powerful set of messaging and collaboration tools comprising a range of applications. The components that I use most are its Slides presentation application, the Sheets spreadsheet editor, the Docs word processor, and the file storage platform, Drive.
A great innovation from one of the best tech leaders in the industry.