The Enterprise Guide to Empowering a Digital Workforce with Google Workspace

The shift to creating virtual organizations has increased dramatically over the past several years and has accelerated with the COVID-19 pandemic. For those teams going remote, it’s a huge shift and a big undertaking to acclimate to this new way of business.

Organizations around the world that rely on a remote workforce have found the necessary tools for success and more in Google Workspace. In fact, according to an October 2019 Quadrant Strategies survey, 68% of Google Workspace users say they enjoy work more since adopting Google Workspace, while only 30% of their O365 counterparts say the same.

In this guide, we will introduce you to the wide variety of applications Google Workspace offers to effectively support a remote team, as well as our favorite best practices.

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Gmail: Optimizing Your Email

Well known as the top email platform in the world with over 1.5 billion global active users, Gmail offers an incredible number of features focused on providing an optimal workflow and organization to boost productivity. We’ll break down the features and functions most relevant to the enterprise.


Google Drive & Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms: Enabling Collaboration

Google has perfected the art of document creation and organization through the cloud-based Google Drive storage and the Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms apps. Each of these platforms has a wealth of features and we will highlight some of them here.


Google Meet: Enterprise-Grade Video Conferencing

Video conferencing instantly connects remote employees with their managers and team members to, in essence, help your remote team feel a little less remote. We’ll cover both features and best practices for the optimal meeting experience.

“It’s important to set remote workers up for success with the right tool to enable productivity, connect teammates in real-time, and maintain and grow a company culture.”