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Comparing Google Apps Standard and Premier Edition

Comparing Google Apps Standard and Premier Edition
By KING.NET


This is to give you a clear picture between Premier Edition and Standard Edition of Google Apps. The email features are the same but with few value added service for the Premier Edition. Some good examples listed below:
  • If you need more space from the standard 7GB mailbox limit, then the Premier Edition of 25GB is your option.
  • If you annoyed by ads in your email mailbox (right side), you have the option to disable this in your Premier Edition.
  • In Premier Edition, you have 99.9% email guarantee.
  • Technical Support for Premier Edition direct from Google Apps Resellers





Premier Edition
Standard Edition
Price
$50 / user account / year
Free, Ad-supported

Messaging Application Features




Gmail and Google Calendar
Yes
Yes
Gmail Storage
25 GB per account
7.3 GB per account
99.9% Gmail uptime guarantee **
Yes


Gmail ads can be disabled
Yes


Email Security, powered by Postini
Yes


Email Archiving, powered by Postini
90 days message recovery, can be extended


Resource scheduling in Google Calendar
Yes


SSL enforcement for secure HTTPS access
Yes


Collaboration Application Features




Google Docs and Google Sites
Yes
Yes
Google Sites Storage
10 GB plus 500 MB per user for shared storage
10 GB for shared storage
Google Video for private, secure video sharing
Yes


SSL Enforcement for secure HTTPS access
Yes


Support




Self-service online support
Yes
Yes

Email Support
Yes


Phone support for critical issues
Yes


Integration Capabilities




Single Sign-on API, read more.
Yes


User provisioning API
Yes


Email migration tools and API
Yes


Email routing and email gateway support
Yes




Other links:

* You will be asked to provide a credit card number to sign up for the free Google Apps Premier Edition trial. However, you can cancel at any time before the end of your free trial and your card will not be charged.
** The 99.9% uptime SLA for Google Apps is offered to organizations using Google Apps Premier Edition, as described in the Google Apps Premier Edition Terms of Service.

For more inquiry, please visit http://www.Moscom.com/apps a Google Apps Solution Provider.

If you need technical assistance to setup your own email address YourName@YourOwnBusinessName.com, please don't hesitate to let me know.

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