Google continues to make it impossible to determine whether its G Suite offering is succeeding in its battle against Office 365.
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Google's G Suite now has more than 2 billion monthly active users, but it won't reveal exactly how many of those are paid users, or how many just use Gmail.
In response to coronavirus, Google is making its advanced meeting features on Hangouts Meet available for free to G Suite and G Suite for Education customers till July.
Google is working on...yes, another messaging app. This time, it's apparently planning to offer a new unified messaging experience for its business users. 13th time the charm, maybe?
One of the problems with G Suite is that users miss out on many features that consumer Google account holders get.
Google brings Smart Compose to Google Docs after it helped save more than 2 billion characters each week on Gmail.
Microsoft's former boss for Outlook and Cortana has now joined Google to lead the company's G Suite business.
Google is introducing a new as-you-type spelling and grammar correction feature on Gmail that will essentially give you no excuse to have typos in your emails.
Google is testing a Drive feature that will allow users to make any file type, and not just Docs, Sheets and Slides files, available offline from Chrome.
Google's new and advanced AI-powered grammar checker is coming to all Google Docs users on G Suite.
Google is significantly improving the context menu in Gmail with a bunch of new options.
Google introduces a new Material Design look for Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Sites.
Google makes Calendar on G Suite smarter with new rescheduling feature.
Google launches a new standalone Drive SKU for its enterprise customers, brings the new Gmail to all G Suite users.
Google doubles down on productivity with new AI features for G Suite apps.
Facebook is reportedly discussing ditching Microsoft for Google's G Suite over employee dissatisfaction.
Today, Google announced its first major Gmail update in over two years. And this one takes aim squarely at Microsoft and the enterprise.
Google's "other revenues" business, which includes G Suite, Pixel, Home, and Nest, barely grew-year over-year.
Google is working on a big new redesign for Gmail, coming soon as a beta.
When it comes to traditional office productivity, Microsoft has no peer. But thanks in part to Google, it may also have no future.
When I moved my custom domain to Google years ago, I never imagined it would limit my access to the Internet. But it has.
Google Drive File Stream will soon be available to all G Suite customers. It's essentially OneDrive placeholders for Drive.