Google Apps includes dozens of critical security features specifically designed to keep your data safe, secure and in your control. Your data belongs to you, and Apps tools enable you to control it, including who you share it with and how you share it. Our data center network provides exceptional security and guarantees* reliable access to your data, 24x7x365.25 (that’s right: no rest, even on leap years).
“As a law firm handling confidential information for our clients, Bradford & Barthel takes security extremely seriously… our best security option is Google Apps. Google has many security features that allow us to feel confident that our and our clients’ data is much safer than if we hosted it on premises.”
Bradford & Barthel, LLP
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Stay connected from anywhere
With Google Apps, all your work is automatically saved in the cloud. You’ll have access to your email, calendar, documents, and sites and be able to work securely, no matter where you are in the world and what device you’re on.
For your business, this means every employee and everyone you work with can be productive from anywhere, using any device with an Internet connection.
“Mobility is critical in the real estate industry, so it was important for us to find a solution that enabled access from any device… If an agent loses a phone in the morning, data can be wiped remotely and, because contact info and other data are stored in the cloud, be up and running on another phone by noon.”
Work better together
Google Apps helps you and your team work faster and smarter by making it easy for everyone – employees, partners, vendors, anyone – to collaborate effortlessly across teams, companies and locations.
Google Apps lets you share and edit many types of files – docs, spreadsheets, presentations and more – in real time. Forget all the time-wasting email back and forth over multiple file versions; storing docs in the cloud means everyone automatically has the latest version of any file. Doesn’t that make sense?
“Google Sites has helped us realize our vision of cross-property cooperation. The creation of role-based groups such as front-office managers and housekeeping encourages collaboration among peers to develop best practices. Using Google Docs, we’ve shaved eight weeks off of the end-to-end budgeting process, which translates into a close to 30% time savings.”
Get stuff done faster
Google Apps can help streamline everyday tasks like invoicing, budgeting, scheduling and more. You can create an invoice template in Google Drive, balance your budget by sharing a single spreadsheet or let Google Calendar suggest times for your team to meet. By removing these time-consuming bottlenecks, Apps frees you up to spend more time on the work that really matters.
“With Google Apps we’ve been able to reduce our total IT costs by over 60%. The ability to share documents and quickly reach out to teammates has boosted our team’s morale and sense of community. Apps has helped us create a more efficient, more excited and more productive workforce…”
Invisible IT that just works
Spend less time managing your IT infrastructure. Your employees always have access to the latest software, including the newest features and security updates. You don’t need to buy or maintain servers and everything can be managed from a single interface.
Google Apps is quick to set up, can grow with your business,and costs just $5 per user per month – only two cups of coffee per month.
“My IT team is happier, as we previously had 16 full-time people managing our messaging systems, spending about 8,000 hours per year backing up email, fixing file storage problems, or managing server issues. We now need only two folks to look after messaging and the other 14 are now more focused on business-critical projects. They’re so happy they wear Google t-shirts about once a week!”
Moving to Google Apps helps reduce both your company’s overall expenses and its environmental impact. Apps is powered by Google’s energy-efficient data centers, so it’s less energy and carbon-intensive than on-premise servers.
“Google Apps surpassed our expectations by allowing IT to eliminate 10 servers and its archives from the data center, thereby reducing our carbon footprint by 73 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year.”