The bundle of apps that can be tied to your website is known as Google Apps, and is completely free for up to 10 users.
You're running your own business, have a website, and your own email address. It's great because it gives you that professional edge. Now you're getting lots of emails, and you need an efficient way to read them and manage them. You could use desktop clients like Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird or Apple Mail, but it's a pain to set them up on all your computers and you want to be able to get at your mail even when you're away from your own devices. You try to use the webmail option that come with your web host, but frankly it's unusable. It's slow, and it's confusing. If only there was a better way! Enter Google Apps.
Suddenly you're logging in to your own custom email address through an amazing user interface that lets you read and reply to emails and manage them with ease on any computer with an Internet connection.
Doesn't that sound great? Wait, there's more! You don't just have email any more. You have a calendar that automatically saves itself and can be accessed anywhere. You have an office suite that you can use anywhere to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations that automatically save themselves and can be accessed anywhere, too. “That sounds great,” I hear you say, “but it must be really expensive!” Not at all. It's free!
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