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This week we have a battle of the cloud. Which office solution is better for you and your business? We look into the pros and cons of Microsoft Office 365 and Google’s GSuite to see which one will come out on top.
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Kind advice needed: I will be using a gmail account to be receiving and handling my .gr emails for a small business and I need to make a decision choosing between GSuite and M.Office 365 mainly for working and communicating with 2 more members through the cloud. Domain name/host, and CRM have been purchased already. Any tips on which one to go for without making my life difficult considering I chose to use a Gmail account for working with the .gr emails? Thank you
Not which suite is best, which is better; why you are comparing two suites only. Recall from grammar school the proper use of good better best. Comparing two items use better, three and mor use best. Yes it makes a difference.
Thank you for the video.
I use Google products for everything but Google docs cannot open correctly some advanced Microsoft documents so I've purchased office365 with 1 terabyte storage and I'm working with it happily. Microsoft office desktop applications are the most advanced, and online Office is totally collaborative.
Office desktop applications are the most powerful by far. Office cloud integration is awkward, buggy and non-intuitive. G Suite apps are very stable and highly collaborate, albeit less feature rich.
Um, since when can’t you download the desktop version of Google Docs? And this completely missed discussing Google Groups. Like, at all…
You talk too fast 💨 we non-native cannot understand everything you said…, please next time try to speak a little slowly. Thx
G Suite all the way. Much better presentation and collaboration tools.
Microsoft is for more complex workflows
Google tried to make their softwares as easy as it possibly can get for everyone i guess
In the last 6 hrs im trying to create a database, called environment in Office 365 CDS. I managed to create one, but it is filled with preset entities (tables), which are filled with preset fields. Even if I make a new entity, it is filled with preset fields again! Call that user friendly… I'd like to perish.
I've really tried to stick with Gsuite; however, Docs struggles with some of the more complex Word documents that clients have sent me. So going to move on to Office 365.
I think businesses should just stick with office since Suite is completely online, the only thing it doesn't better is that it autosaves
office 365 is cheaper and has many feature compare to G suite