Google joins Microsoft and Zoom in offering people new and improved services
The #COVID pandemic made tech companies step up their game
regarding tools and features made to ease people’s work and help them stay
connected. After Microsoft and Zoom improved their services, it’s now Google‘s turn to do so.
The company announced that G Suite – the famous productivity
app – will be turned into Google Workplace. The name is suitable given that users
will be able to join online meetings straight from their Gmail inboxes, and share
tasks and files through chat boxes. Moreover, Google Chat comes with a
brand-new function that gives people the possibility to communicate with people
outside of their company.
Along with the novel features also came new business plans:
Business Plus and Essential. The first requires a subscription of $18/month,
while the latter costs $8/month. These features are available only for paid
subscribers for the moment, but all users will be able to enjoy them in the
This announcement, and a 450-page report from the US House
Judiciary subcommittee regarding unfair behavior exhibited by Google have made
the company’s stock price fall 2.19%.
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