Ad-free Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar, Meet video calls and more for business.
Industry-leading spam protection keeps your inbox clean.
Works with any domain you own — even if it’s registered or hosted somewhere else.
Edit documents with your coworkers in real-time over the internet. Track changes with detailed document history, or roll-back to an earlier draft with just a click.
Video chat with up to 25 people at once from your web browser or smartphone.
Upgrade your conference room with optional Hangouts Meet video hardware.
Share files and documents without sending bulky email attachments. G Suite Basic includes 30GB Google Drive storage per user.
Upgrade to G Suite Business for unlimited Drive storage (1TB per user for accounts with less than 5 users).
DreamHost will connect your domain with G Suite, so you don’t have to lift a finger.
The following article explains how to sign up for G Suite: How to sign up for G Suite
Yes. With G Suite, you can create up to 30 standard email aliases for each user, or unlimited “disposable” aliases (firstname.lastname@example.org). You may also create additional G Suite mailboxes by purchasing additional user licenses for your account.
Note: If more than 10 users are required, you will need to contact support.
Yes, G Suite has a built-in data migration to import your team's email, contacts, and calendars. View this article for further details.
If you have a large number of users, Google recommends using their data migration service to migrate your users' mail, contacts, and calendars to G Suite. The setup is simple, and most mail server connections can be made automatically. This feature is available under Data migration in the G Suite admin console.
Learn more about G Suite's migration utility, best suited for large organizations.
If DreamHost is managing your DNS (you are using DreamHost's nameservers), this will be configured automatically!
If you are using a third party to manage your DNS (meaning you are not using DreamHost's nameservers), you will need to configure that with your DNS provider.
View the following article for info: G Suite DNS
Not finding what you need? Read more at the G Suite FAQs