Google Workspace. The rebirth of G Suite

28 October 2020

Just a few days ago Google launched its renewed G Suite, called Google Workspace. It’s aimed at bringing all employees together and helping them to collaborate more efficiently, more conveniently and more flexibly. This solution will keep you seamlessly working no matter whether you use your smartphone, laptop or any other device. 

The renewal is built on the 3 major aspects, which are:

  1. new subscriptions;
  2. a new, deeply integrated user experience;
  3. a new identity.

  1. New subscriptions

Google has created more tailored offerings that would be suitable for each organization. There will be 3 Business and 3 Enterprise subscriptions, from now. The company has also announced that they will offer a brand new Frontline subscription that will be applied for those, who use only their mobile devices, starting from the beginning of the year 2021. 

  1. New user experience

  1. New brand identity

The new icons’ design was created to highlight the collaborativeness and the interoperability the tools provide. The new logos are juicy colored and eye-catching, you’ll love ‘em at the first glance.

There’s also a good piece of news for G Suite for Nonprofit customers. G Suite for Education that includes Classroom, Meet, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Drive, Gmail, Calendar and Assignments stays eligible and continues its work on a regular basis.


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