G-Suit / Office 365

G Suite vs Office 365

When it comes to office suites, MS Office is the standard – it’s been providing businesses with great software to create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and more for over 20 years. However, software has increasingly become web-based, Google has burst onto the scene with G Suite which offers reasonable alternative to Office.

Both G Suite and Office 365, MS Cloud based competitor to G Suite provides businesses with the applications that they required to get the work done.

But which one is the best for the business? Check out the table to figure out that which one is right for you.

Pros Cons
Both are made by the trusted which is widely used companies. Can get expensive.
Cloud-based for file sharing and collaboration Cannot pick and choose specific products that you want, so you might pay for unused products
99.9% Guarantee period of time
Data is safe and secure

G Suite Review

G Suite is Google’s approach to the office suite, which is relatively simple and inexpensive, getting the job done without all the bells. It’s totally online that all the applications are web-based and your files are all stored in the cloud. Since, everything is stored in the cloud, you can access files from work, your laptop, your phone, someone’s else computer or anywhere you have internet access.

Why Products are included?

G Suite for the business includes the following products: -
  • Gmail
  • Hangout
  • Calendar
  • Drive
  • Docs
  • Sheets
  • Slides
  • Sites
  • Admin


With G Suite, you must pay monthly for each account utilized. You have three options: - G suite Basic, G Suite Business or G Suite Enterprise with the difference between $5 per user/month.

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Office 365

It is very hard to find someone in this business world who isn’t familiar with Microsoft Office. You have the option of adding full desktop version of MS Office, which has more and more features and allows more customisation.

What products are included?

All Office 365, editions come with Office Web Apps which includes online versions of the following: -

  • Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • Outlook
  • OneNote
  • Skype
  • One Drive


There are lot of different options for Office 365 but the main ones for smaller business are Office 365 Business Essentials, Office 365 Business, and Office 365 Business Premium. They are $5, $8.25 and $12.50 respectively and main difference between the three is that higher two plans come with the desktop versions of the applications.