The Google Apps Hybrid Email is a combination of Google Apps and Suninfy Email. Hybrid email gives businesses the functionality users need without overpaying for features they don't need.
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Compared to using Google apps alone, a 100-user company can save 55% by moving same users from Google Apps to Suninfy Email.
The Hybrid Email lets you provision Google Apps and Suninfy Email on the same domain to give users the functionality they need without paying for powerful Google Apps features they don’t need.
Take a look at the business advantages of Google
Apps other customers have found out for themselves.
With Google Apps, your data and the applications themselves are served from Google's highly secure, scalable, and reliable data centers. Google actually builds its own data centers from scratch, so we're able to have one of the lowest cost-per-server infrastructures in the world; which means that those savings are passed on to our Google Apps customers. Your business is able to offload the infrastructure costs and the effort it takes to maintain an on-premises solution, and focus those savings on more strategic IT initiatives.
And since Google Apps is web-based, your employees can be productive from anywhere, whether they're at their own desk, using a different computer, or on the go with a mobile device.
Our customers continue to find that Google Apps for Business is a great alternative of a hosted solution to other alternate on-premise solutions, such as Microsoft® Exchange. Here are some of their reasons why:
To help your business make the switch to Google Apps easier, we've enabled a smooth IMAP migration from other platforms to Google Apps; this allows administrators to migrate a handful or a few thousand user mailboxes from an existing mail system to corresponding Google Apps mail accounts. We currently support migration from Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003, Cyrus IMAP Server, Courier-IMAP, and Dovecot via the IMAP protocol. IMAP migration is only available in Google Apps for Business. If you currently run one of the supported legacy systems, you can get more details in our IMAP migration overview.
You may have had experience using many of these
applications with your email@example.com account, and
while these applications are similar, we have
enhanced them in Google Apps for Business with these
1. Google Apps is for your business
When you Buy Now for Google Apps for your
business, you Buy Now with your own company domain
name. So rather than having a firstname.lastname@example.org email
address, you would create or maintain a company
email address such as email@example.com. There is an
IT administrative control panel that is built into
Google Apps for your business where an IT
administrator can manage and control the user
accounts across your company domain.
2. Enhanced business-oriented features
Though our product engineers are continually
enhancing our Google applications for our free
consumers, they are also adding separate, enhanced
features to the Google Apps applications that are
more oriented for business purposes. Here are just a
few things you can do in Google Apps for your
business that's not available in our free consumer
For more information : Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
As such, we take the privacy and security of our Google Apps customer data very seriously. Security is core to our DNA at Google. Our products are designed with security considerations upfront, not as afterthoughts, and our Security team is comprised of some of the world's leading experts in information, application and network security. Our infrastructure is composed of tens of thousands of identical systems, and we have custom built hardware. Our machines are built on a custom Linux software stack that is hardened and only has the necessary components and services to run the Google requirements, making it easy to uniformly update of all systems. Each single piece of data is replicated in multiple datacenters, so your Google Apps email is replicated to a primary and a backup data center, that are replicated in real time. We also undergo regular security reviews by third parties and SAS 70 audits by an independent third party.
We fully believe in the security of our Google Apps environment that we store our own Google corporate data in the same environment.
Also keep in mind the following:
Absolutely. If you already have a company domain name, or need to create a new one, Google Apps can meet your needs. Each user at your domain will get a Google Apps account branded with your own domain name. Email addresses take the format
Google Sites is designed to make it easy for employees to create and collaborate on internal sites for their projects, teams and departments. You can also make a public website with Google Sites, but most businesses prefer to go with a traditional web hosting solution for their public sites.
If you're looking for more dynamic or advanced web solutions for your public web site, you may want to run Google Apps in addition to a web host. Any web host that provides the technology or platform you need to run your services should work with Google Apps. Two of our web host partners that register domains are Enom and Go Daddy.
1. Test Google Apps while running their existing mail solution as an interim transitional step between a on-premises email solution and a full hosted email solution.
2. Use Google Apps as a back-up to their on-premise solution, such as Exchange
Both scenarios are definitely possible with Google Apps. Google Apps for Business generally provides the flexibility to do whatever you need to do with your email, it's just a question of how much configuration you have to do on your end for your specific business needs. Once everything is in place, and incoming/outgoing email is being captured in Google Apps, you will be able to move over seamlessly to Google Apps should the need arise. We think that as you come to be comfortable with the cost, reliability, and convenience of Google-hosted email, you and your users will be able to transition over to Google Apps as a complete solution.
You can either a) route your domain's mail with an MX record change directly to Google Apps, and have it delivered to Google Apps mailboxes, and then passed onto your existing server,
b) set up an intermediary mail gateway that can dual-deliver mail to both Google Apps and your existing mail server. This should ensure that incoming mail is available in both systems.
For outbound mail, you will have to set up your existing mail system to send your domain's mail through Google Apps.
We also have a directory sync tool via a Single-Sign-On (SSO) API so that your business' active directory integrates seamlessly alongside Google Apps. Google Apps Single Sign-on API lets you:
If you are interested in deploying Google Apps, but require SSO or LDAP integration, we recommend one of two solutions:
1. You can use the SSO API to sync users' names and passwords when a user sets them on your system. While this will not keep your users' passwords exactly in sync, it does allow our system to have the same password as your sso. This also allows for increased access to our system beyond the web interface.
2. Google Apps' SAML 2.0-based SSO integration allows you to hold all your users' accounts and passwords without the need for Google Apps to hold any user passwords.
Google Apps can work with Outlook and other application clients, so your employees can continue using a familiar interface on the front-end, while Google Apps' servers works on the back-end, helping you save on significant costs for your business.