G Suite for Education

Google for Education experts provide a variety of services designed to help you make the most of Google for Education tools. Whether you’re implementing G Suite, Chromebooks, or Tablets, our partners, trainers, and teachers are able to provide support to meet your school’s needs.

We offer these services to Educational Institute –

  • Deployment & Setup
  • Data Migration
  • ON-Site Training
  • Technical Support 24/7

Why G Suite for Education ?

  • Cost Saving ( IT Infrastructure & Software Licensing savings)
  • Business Mobility ( Access from any device)
  • Higher Productivity (Management Dashboard & Corporate portal)
  • Robust Email Platform (99.99% up-time guarantee)
  • Business Continuity (No need to backup Emails & Other data)

Features of G Suite:

  • Email – 30 GB Capacity Per user
  • Calendar – Advance Sharing for Better Teamwork & Free SMS Notification
  • Google Talk – 3rd Line of Communication (Text, Voice & Video)
  • Google Docs – File Server & MS Office Replacement
  • Google Sites – MS SharePoint Replacement
  • Google Video – Video Library for Training/Multimedia Purpose
  • Google Groups – Efficiently Manage Communication /Permissions

1) Google Mail for Student

  • Google apps comes with 30 GB per user with auto filter spam and junk.
  • You can sync your emails with Outlook using Google Sync
  • You will run your email without any server nor IT infrastructure and you can access from any device and all smart phones even offline
  • You will also have Google talk integrated within the inbox providing you with IM, voice and video chat

Now your site visitors can contact you directly from the website using Google online chat technology.

2) Google Calendar:

  • Create and manage your meetings and appointments online.
  • Google will send you reminder through SMS & Emails.

3) 100% Web Multi Video Conference:

  • Organize and Attend meetings with up to 10 users online using Google Video Conference technology.
  • Without any software, you will be able to share files and even your screen during the meeting and collaborate with the attendees.

4) Sites

Create your internal portal using Google Sites. Alternative to expensive SharePoint.

G Suite for Education (Basic) includes:

  • Classroom
  • Gmail
  • Drive
  • Calendar
  • Docs
  • Sheets
  • Slides
  • Sites
  • You can add other apps as add-ons
  • When your school gets Google Suite for Education, you get a professional Google account for your entire school to share including:
  • Professional email at your school’s domain (…@yourschool.edu, not …@gmail.com)
  • Full administration of all user accounts
  • 24/7 phone and email support
  • Enhanced security features
  • Additional storage across Google Drive and Gmail
  • The Google Classroom app. This app is only available with Google Apps for Education
  • No ads


  • A Gmail account is required to use several google apps
  • Visit: www.gmail.google.com
  • Log into your account. If you do not have an account, please create an account
  • You can use Gmail to:
  • Send messages to your students
  • Make calls to your students. You can use a Google Voice number to call or text. That could also be your office number if you do not want to give out your cell phone number. Several benefits of a Google voice number includes both an audio and written transcripts of calls, and “very minimum” number of spam calls among others. It is free!
  • https://www.google.com/voice
  • Make video calls to your students via the Google Hangouts app

Google Groups

  • Visit: https://groups.google.com
  • You can use Google Groups to:
  • Communicate with your entire class as a group. It makes it easier to send the same message to just one group email address, rather than typing several individual email addresses
  • Engage your students in discussions on a class project or topic
  • Easily create and manage learning teams
  • Organize meetings and conferences with your group

Google Drive

  • Visit www.drive.google.com
  • Each user gets up to 15GB of storage free
  • You can use Google Drive to:
  • Store photos, videos, document files and folders
  • Share photos, videos, and files to our new google group, some people, or the public
  • Create and share Google docs (documents), Google slides, Google sheets, Google forms, and Google drawings

Google Forms

  • Google Forms is a web-based app used to create forms for data collection purposes. Students and teachers can use Google Forms to make surveys, quizzes, or event registration sheets.
  • The form is web-based and can be shared with respondents by sending a link, emailing a message, or embedding it into a web page or blog post.
  • Data gathered using the form is typically stored in a spreadsheet. Although there are other online survey apps, Google Forms is an excellent free option.

Google Hangouts

  • Visit: https://hangouts.google.com
  • You can use Google Hangouts with up to 10 people at a time.
  • We can also get to Google Hangouts from Gmail, after you click the “Chat” icon we discussed earlier.
  • You can use Google Hangouts to:
  • Hangout / schedule video conferences with your “students” and discuss that “Mathematics and Science”

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