G Suite Hits 2 Billion Users a Month, Hints At Future Updates

Over the past decade or so, Google has really managed to give Microsoft some competition with regards to the kind of productivity that can be attained and the universality that a suite of products can offer. This year G Suite has reached 2 billion active users a month, an enormously impressive number by any stretch, and many millions of these monthly users pay for access to premium features. This second number is somewhat on the lower side however, and a lot of this has to do with the fact that there are certain problems associated with G Suite that a lot of people might not be altogether ready to ignore if they are paying actual money in order to be able to use this service all in all.

The fact of the matter is that there are problems associated with how clunky or inefficient this service can be, and in order to make these problems a little easier to deal with Google is going to upgrading the suite in a lot of ways. Integration of functions will be quite important in this regard, and there is also the fact that making various features more universal is probably going to be important as well.

Smart compose is probably going to become a lot more common among G Suite applications, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that this is going to create a more streamlined experience for the various users that may be taking part in something that they actually want to be involved in. These updates that might come in the future are a heartening sign because of the fact that they prove that G Suite is going to get better which will definitely improve competition in the market and therefore lead to a better tech ecosystem.



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