Business Starter, Business Standard, and Business Plus plans can be purchased for a maximum of 300 users. There is no minimum or maximum user limit for Enterprise plans.
Google Workspace customers may have access to additional features for a limited promotional period.
*Google will provide an initial 5 TB of pooled storage for each user. Customers who want additional storage can request it as needed by contacting Google Support.
With Google Workspace, businesses can store files, share calendars, and collaborate on documents in real-time.
With its suite of productivity tools, you can easily keep track of tasks and deadlines, share files and collaborate on projects, and stay up-to-date on company news.
With Google Workspace, you can be confident that your business is protected against the latest online threats.
When you sign up for Google Workspace, you’ll be asked to select a domain from a list of domains in your HostingPad account.
You don’t need a hosting plan to have Google Workspace, but you do need a domain name to associate with your Google Workspace license. If you don’t have a HostingPad account, you can create one during signup.
If your domain registrar is under HostingPad, the settings will be configured automatically.
If you are domain is with another company, you must follow this guide to ensure the settings are properly set.
You can create up to 30 standard email aliases for each user, or unlimited “disposable” aliases (firstname.lastname@example.org) with Google Workspace. You may also create additional Google Workspace mailboxes by purchasing additional user licenses for your account.
It’s super easy! Simply create an account, select the Google Workspace plan that suites your needs, select the domain you want the email to be under and you’re all set!
Yes, you can use an existing domain with your Google Workspace order.
When switching to Google Workspace from another program or web service, you and your users can bring your existing mail, contacts, and calendar data with you. You have a variety of options for migrating data into Google Workspace, depending on the size of your organization and the system you’re migrating from. Tools are available for migration from Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, IMAP servers and other Google accounts.
In addition to accessing Google Workspace mail from the Gmail web interface, you can send and receive mail from your favorite desktop client. Depending on the client, you can use either the IMAP or POP mail protocol. If you’re switching to Google Workspace from Microsoft Exchange or some other Outlook service, you can use Google Workspace Sync. This is a plug-in for Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 or 2013 that lets you use Outlook to manage your Google Workspace mail, calendar and contacts—along with your Outlook notes, tasks and journal entries.