How the cloud can change the way you work for the better.
There are multiple ways that the cloud can be used to increase productivity, collaboration and innovation. These are just a few.
Enjoy long-term cost savings
Working in the cloud eliminates often expensive server costs and requires much less ‘break/fix’ support due to the exceptional reliability of the cloud. G Suite pricing starts from £55 per user annually and has shown a 35% average annual reduction in IT costs.
Enable your team to collaborate
The cloud allows users to work better together. G Suite allows real-time collaborative working using Docs, Sheets, and Slides. One study found that employees gained 9 hours of increased productivity per person per week after moving to G Suite.
A secure and reliable system
Google employs over 550 security staff and invests millions of dollars every year to ensure the highest level of security. G Suite has a 99.9% uptime guarantee which has not dropped since the launch of the product in 2008.
A suite of tools that lets your team work smarter.
There are so many aspects of a cloud-based IT system that businesses can benefit from. Switching to running on the cloud will open new opportunities for your team to collaborate together and achieve more. In our experience, G Suite has demonstrated that it stands out from the competition in this respect.
What’s more, Forrester surveys report that over 3 years, organisations using G Suite saw; a 304% return on investment and a 40% reduction in management travel costs thanks to Hangouts, while collaboration features helped workers save up to 2 hours per week – 13 full work days per year.
“G Suite stood out because it’s truly an integrated toolset, with single sign-on and one directory. We felt that Google would continue to be the biggest innovator in cloud collaboration and a partner we could grow with.”
What do organisations say about the cloud?
“There was no question that Google offered the best solution that my company needed. G Suite has had a huge impact on time efficiency and organisational management, and has future-proofed our IT systems.”
“Using Google Drive gave us the ability to share our files across different users and work simultaneously on the same document and see updates that people were making in real time.”