Migrating to G Suite doesn’t have to be a one-time changeover for all
Those who have been using Google’s cloud service would know how advanced and convenient the technology is. However, it is very hard for those who have not yet experienced it to understand the true benefits of Google’s cloud service. Human nature tends toward comfort and is hard-wired to resist change. The core argument between people who support and against G Suite is usually around “whether we should change over to G Suite completely”. Due to many ‘irreconcilable differences’ between the two parties, it is very hard to achieve a consensus. But, does it really have to be a “all-or-nothing” decision? Is it possible to migrate part of the employees to G Suite while keeping the others on the legacy system? These are the most urgent problem to be resolved for many companies that are considering G Suite.
|Concern||Pro-G Suite||Anti-G Suite|
|Cost and performance||In order to improve productivity, G Suite is imperative.||Current email service has no limit on account numbers while G Suite is per user based pricing.|
|Perspective on corporate email||Email together with collabration tools will improve productivity.||Mailbox is just a tool to send and receive emails, thus unwilling to pay so much on it.|
|Accessibility in China||My departement has nothing to do with China.||Accessibility of Google in China is unstable, therefore risky to use.|
|Software literacy||With G Suite, there’s no need to purchase Microsoft Office.||I am used to Office. I have never used Google before.|
|Mobile working||G Suite can be accessed anytime with any device, thus more convenient than Microsoft Office.||I only use computer inside the office. There’s no need for mobile working.|