When you sign up for G Suite, you can choose between G Suite Basic, which includes the Google Apps suite of messaging and collaborative apps. Or you can choose G Suite Business, which provides additional document storage and controls. Some organizations may also qualify to use Google Apps business features for free. See below for your options.
G Suite Basic
Gives you a professional email address at your company (email@example.com); Video and voice calls; Integrated online calendars; 30GB of online storage for file syncing and sharing; Online text documents, spreadsheets and slides; Easy to create project sites; Security and admin controls; 24/7 phone and email support.
G Suite Basic @ $5 a month per user for the monthly Flex plan, or $50 a year per user for an Annual plan.
G Suite Business
Includes all the features of G Suite Basic, plus—unlimited storage per person ( or 1TB per user if fewer than 5 users); Advanced admin controls for Drive; Audit and reporting insights for Drive content and sharing; Google Vault for eDiscovery covering emails, chats,docs and files; Easily search and export to different formats; Archive all mails sent by your company; Set message retention policies; Place and enforce litigation holds on inboxes.
G Suite Business @ $10 per user per month.
G Suite Enterprise
Delivers a premium office suite that adds advanced controls and features for the most demanding enterprises. Features such as data loss prevention (DLP) and email Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME) encryption.
G Suite Enterprise @ Call us for pricing.
Work better, together. With professional email, calendars, and docs that you can access anywhere, G Suite by Google Cloud makes it easy for your team to create and collaborate.
Some editions might not have every feature of a basic service. For example, all editions include Gmail, but S/MIME encryption in email messages is only available in G Suite Enterprise.
See all the tables below for exact differences.