NEWS: Try Google Meet Enterprise on a No-Charge Trial Basis

Posted by Kathie Kinde-Clark, Marketing Director

Apr 09, 2020


These days work can happen from anywhere, on any device. But workers still need to stay in touch. Google Meet Enterprise Suite gives these remote employees a seamless way to connect, as long as they have internet service.

Now, Google Cloud has made it even easier and more cost-effective to get connected to the rest of your work world, thanks to a new, limited-time offer. Organizations can try the new Google Meet Enterprise Suite at no cost until Sept. 30. For six months, you’ll get to enjoy the following:

  • Rock-solid data security and privacy
  • Meetings for up to 250 participants
  • Live stream to up to 100,000 viewers
  • Recording feature for all meetings
  • Screen sharing
  • Live captions
  • Open time limit on meetings

Explore Google Meet Enterprise Suite

Google Meet helps you elevate your video conferencing game to the next level and allows you to keep in touch with your team, colleagues, customers and partners all over world.

Meet has many uses in today’s work-from-anywhere environment, such as trying to figure out how to effectively manage a remote team or bringing together stakeholders in a meeting from all over the world. You can do it securely, efficiently and remotely. Google Workplace (formerly G Suite) customers already know this. Now you can discover this, no cost.

Ready to get started? Check out this blog from our own Google Meet expert, Andy Chisholm, that offers tips and tricks for using this tool during a remote work day. We also are happy to talk with you more about how to get up and running on the new Google Meet Enterprise Suite today.



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Kathie Kinde-Clark, Marketing Director

Kathie oversees the development and execution of all cloud marketing strategy and activity at Onix. She brings a wealth of marketing experience and a proven track record of success in a variety of industries, including insurance, apparel/printing and staffing.

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