Google Apps offers simple, powerful communication and collaboration tools for any size business – all hosted by Google to streamline setup, minimize maintenance, and reduce IT costs.
Google Apps offers 7000Mb of storage per email account. Email’s will no longer be rejected by your inbox because it has run out of space or the file is to large.
Contacts & Calender
Each email account on the Google Apps system gets its own Address book and Calender. You can now separate your personal data from your business data with ease.
Do you have documents that you will like to have accessible at a moments notice!! With Google Apps each email account gets 1Gb of online encrypted storage. This means you can carry your files wherever you go.
You can use Gmail search the same way you’d use Google Search, by entering a word (or multiple words) that appears anywhere within the message you want to locate. If you’re looking for a message that contains the word shopping, simply type shopping in the search field and press Search Mail. Your results will be displayed with your search terms highlighted in yellow.
Google Apps groups all replies with their original message, creating a single conversation or thread. In other email systems, responses appear as separate messages in your inbox, forcing you to wade through all your mail to follow the conversation. In Google App, replies to emails (and replies to those replies) are displayed in one place, in order, making it easier to understand the context of a message — or to follow the conversation.
Priority Inbox automatically identifies your important email and separates it out from everything else, so you can focus on what really matters.
On the Go
Access Gmail from your phone – regardless of which device you use. Your never far from an important email when your connected with Google Apps.
Just like bank websites, Google Apps uses HTTPS encryption to keep your mail secure. Even if you connect to the internet via a non-secure connection, like a public wireless or non-secure connection your data is still safe.