Previously known as Google Apps for Business, G Suite is the business version of everything Google offers.Just same as a Gmail account allows you to use all of Google's tools for your personal requirements, a G Suite account allows you the business versions of the same tools with an email address that uses your company's domain address.
A switch to G Suite directly transforms email from an on-site server into a service and G Suite works well with legacy systems. You will require G Suite and your legacy system to work together during your transition to G Suite. It is quite possible to switch to G Suite immediately. You need to first sign up for G Suite and need to configure an account for each employee in the organization and set your mail servers to route email to Google. You need to wait about 72 hours for your mail server settings to get updated across the internet. Now open your browser to gmail.com and log in. In these simple ways, you can use Gmail and G Suite with your organization’s domain name.
G Suite is a proven enterprise collaboration system. However, a 72-hour switch to G Suite from your legacy mail system probably isn’t well judged. A well-managed migration lets you lead people to more effective processes at a balanced pace.