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It's time to go Google Apps for Work!

Are you tried of spam emails? Small mailbox size? Or cannot check your corporate emails on your phone or tablet? Then it's to go Google Apps for Work!

What is Google Apps for Work?

G Suite is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps you and your team connect and get work done from anywhere on any device. It's simple to set up, use and manage, allowing you to work smarter — and to focus on what really matters.

More than five million businesses have made the move to Google Apps for Work. It's about helping employees work better together anyplace, anytime. G Suite includes secure, reliable workplace tools for email, chat, calendar, document creation, video sharing and project websites.

Run your business, not your email server.

Gmail for work offers 30 GB of storage per user, powerful spam filtering, BlackBerry and Outlook interoperability, and a 99.9% uptime SLA.

Email, IM, voice and video chat: Each user gets 30 GB of email and IM storage (50 times the industry average).

Anytime, anywhere access to your email: Gmail is securely powered by the web, so you can be productive from your desk, on the road, at home and on your mobile phone, even when you’re offline.

Sync with Android, iPhone & BlackBerry: Get the benefits of Apps on leading mobile platforms Search and find emails instantly: Spend less time organizing email and find emails quickly with Google-powered search for your inbox.

Get less spam: Powerful Gmail spam filtering helps you stay focused on what’s important.

We can help you.

Visit our website or call us on +233201713002 / +233208124614 / +233200447661 or +233208137081 to learn how Google Apps can work for your needs and get setup today.

The Hapaweb team

A G Suite and G Suite for Education (Formally Google for Education) (Formally G Suite (Formally Google Apps for Education)) partner.

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