if i use google app , what i get
Anyone can set up a free Google account and utilize the free consumer products, including Gmail (email), Google Groups (Internet groups), and Picasa (photo organizing). But to tap into the essential business services and all the collaborative products, you must sign up for one of the following Google Apps accounts:
1 ) Google Apps for Work (https://www.google.com/work/apps/business) is available per user for either $50 per year or $5 per month for up to 30GB of file storage. More than 5 million businesses use Google Apps for Work, including Hewlett-Packard, Whiripool, Genentech, Fidelity Bank, and thousands of small businesses.
2 ) Google Apps Unlimited (https://www.google.com/work/apps/business) is the premium version of Google Apps for Work. This option is for you if you require unlimited storage and the Vault app (for archiving and e-discover). The per-user cost is $120 per year or $10 per month. You can upgrade to Google Apps Unlimited if you currently use Google Apps for Work or sign up for it directly (click the Pricing tab and select the Unlimited option during signup).
3 ) Google Apps for Government
(https://www.google.com/work/apps/government) provides a pricing structure similar to Google Apps for Work while offering security features specific to governmental organizations. Customers include the state of Maryland, the city of Boston, Berkeley Lab, and the U.S. Army.
4 ) Google Apps for Education (https://www.google.com/edu) is offered free fofr K-12 schools, universities, and colleges. It also includes Drive for Education, which offers unlimited storage, Vault, and enhanced auditing. Arizona State University, the University of Michigan, New York state K-12 schools, the Singapore Ministry of Education, and Trinity College Dublin all use Google Apps for Education.
5 ) Google Apps for nonprofits (http://www.google.com/nonprofits/products/)
is available for members of the Google for Nonprofits program. This program provides free access to Google Apps, Google AdWords grants, and special YouTube features. Your organization must be an accredited 501©(3) nonprofit to be eligible for this program.
When you sign up for Google Apps with your domain name, everyone in your organization gets a custom email address; access to word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation apps; a shared calendar system; tools for building and adding to your website; and more. Here’s a list of the main productivity Google Apps:
Google Vault Options :
Be aware that Vault (archiving, e-discovery, and user activity reporting) isn’t included in Google Apps for Work; it requires Google Apps Unlimited. Google Apps for Government customers must purchase Vault as an optional upgrade for an additional $5 per user per month.
That’s not all-Google is constantly adding more apps, and you can always shop for them from among the categories listed on the Google Apps Marketplace web page. You’ll find a huge array of apps available, including AdWords, Analytics, Blogger, and Voice.
No Domain Name? No Problem!
You can sign up for a domain through the Google Apps signup process. Google has partnered with several domain registrars to help you establish a domain name for your organization.
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