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G suite Basic: $6 per user per month

  • Business email addresses (yourname@yourcompany.com)
  • Video and voice calls, with a limit of 25 participants
  • Online documents, spreadsheets and presentations
  • 30 GB of online storage for file syncing and sharing
  • Google sites (a tool for building simple websites or intranets)
  • 24/7 phone, email and chat support.
  • Shared online calendars
  • Security and admin controls
  • Secure instant messaging via Hangouts Chat\ (for individuals and/or teams)

Office 365 Business Essentials: $5 per user per month

  • All the Office 365 Enterprise plans require an annual commitment. By contrast, the G Suite plans can be bought on a per-month basis, which may suit some organisations those with regular changes in cvthe number of staff, or those using contractors and associates a bit better.
  • The Office ‘Business’ plans all limit the maximum number of users to 300; by contrast, you can have an unlimited number of users on the plans geared towards enterprise users.
  • All plans provide you with with the desktop versions of the Microsoft Office product suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc.) except for the ‘Business Essentials’ and ‘E1’ plans, which only provide the online ones. So if a key motivation behind choosing Office 365 is to avail of the desktop apps as well as the cloud features a big advantage of using Office 365 over G Suite make sure you avoid those particular plans.
  • Not all of the Office 365 plans provide users with an email account if you want to use Office 365 as your email service provider, you’ll need to steer clear of the ‘Business’ and the ‘Pro Plus’ plans.
  • Microsoft's new video collaboration service ‘Microsoft Stream’ is only available on the Enterprise plans.

Web applications in Office 365 & G Suite

  • Word > Google Docs
  • Excel > Google Sheets
  • Power Point > Google Slides
  • Outlook Online > Google Gmail
  • Microsoft Teams > Google Hangouts
  • One Note Only > Google Keep
  • Sharepoint > Google Sites

Features of a Unified Communications System Mobility:
Mobility allows you to stay connected regardless of your location. Through your office extension, you can make and receive calls, chat, and more with softphone applications.

Web-Based User Interface:
Some UC platforms offer web-based interfaces that provide full call control from web browsers, giving users the ability to customize phone settings, voicemail, and more.

Presence:
Presence lets others know if a particular user is available to communicate. These indicators may include Do Not Disturb, Active, Out of the Office.

Unified Messaging:
With unified messaging, users can manage many types of messages from a single application and switch communication modes on demand.

Fax Support​:
With a UC system, faxes are received by the system and then routed to the destination as an attachment to an email. This process is the same on desktop and mobile devices.

Conferencing:
Conferencing gives a group of users the ability to meet and speak via voice and video from multiple locations. This option is also available to outside organizations, partners, or clients.

Collaboration:
UC expands communication capabilities and offers employees more flexible work options. Workers can enjoy greater levels of collaboration, which benefits the entire organization.

Advanced Notifications:
Users can receive notifications in several ways, enhancing communication across the office. With advanced notifications, a voicemail can be sent via text message or email along with a copy of the recording.

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