When it comes to email services, Microsoft Outlook was favored by businesses worldwide for many years. It remains a solid option used by many companies, but today Outlook has lagged behind professional Gmail for several reasons. Today I’ll explain some of those, and tell you how to migrate Outlook to Gmail at your business without losing any of your contacts, data, or historical messages.
Google Workspace Migration
Making the switch to G Suite from Office 365 is a big step for any business. While it does require a lot of coordination to preserve your data, contacts, files, and other key business elements, Google makes it amazingly simple with its Data Migration Service.
Whether you are trying to decide where to register your domain name, or you are thinking about switching where you host your website, you most likely will have come across GoDaddy and G Suite.
At Suitebriar, we specialize in helping small businesses improve collaboration and efficiency across their organization by switching to G Suite.
So you decided to change your corporate email and productivity apps to Google's G Suite. It's a great decision, but if you've experienced a G Suite migration failure you may be having second thoughts.
So you finally decided to make the switch from Gmail to G Suite - Congratulations!
Once you have decided to move everything over to G Suite, the next steps will be to move your data from Office 365 or whatever legacy system you're using to Google's streamlined cloud solution for businesses.
Microsoft Outlook used to be the number one email application in the world. In fact, Microsoft Office was the number one option for almost any business. There was a lot of competition and they had the best office suite - period. But we don't live in the past, and companies like Google now provide legitimate alternatives to Office 365 with G Suite. Where Microsoft once reigned supreme, Google is quickly taking over.