Google Apps / GSuite is a packaged product of Google’s best messaging and collaboration applications, among which include Gmail™, Google Talk, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Sites, and Google Video.
Many of these applications are available with the free firstname.lastname@example.org account, and while these applications are similar, Google has enhanced them in G Suite with these prominent differences .
- G Suite is for your business
When you connect with G Suite for your business, you sign up with your own company domain name. So instead of having a email@example.com email address, you would make or keep up an company email address, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org. There is an IT managerial control panel that is incorporated with G Suite for your business where an IT administrator can oversee and control the employee’s accounts across your company domain.
- Increased Access Controls
Puts your company in control of how your data is shared and communicated outside of your domain.
Saves all your business data with enhanced mailing list abilities, and increased mail thresholds
- Google Calendar
Yes. In addition to sending and receiving mails of your G Suite account from Gmail web interface, you can access your mails from any desktop client. You can configure your account in desktop client either with IMAP or POP mail protocol depending on desktop client. If you are using Microsoft Exchange or some other Outlook you can use plug-in for G Suite to sync your G Suite account.