For a long time, office productivity software solutions were limited to desktop applications that were accessible only from a single machine. Now that mobility and cloud computing have dramatically altered people’s homes and workplaces, enterprises are gravitating towards software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions. Microsoft Office transitioned into the subscription-based Office 365 (recently renamed Microsoft 365) in 2011, and Google released the cloud-native G Suite in 2006, which is now used by over 6 million businesses around the world.
When it comes to selecting a cloud-based business productivity suite, you’ll surely compare Google Cloud’s G Suite and Microsoft 365. At first glance, the two solutions may appear quite similar, but their design and function have some fundamental differences. Taking these differences into account is crucial, especially considering the recent and dramatic increase in remote work.
We’ve compiled the ultimate G Suite vs. Microsoft 365 guide that examines these differences and, through direct feature comparisons and actual feedback from customers that have switched to Google Cloud, illustrate why G Suite is the superior choice for organizations that wish to maximize employee productivity, efficiency, and collaboration.
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