Email via G Suite
G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps Business) is the ideal alternative to a Microsoft Exchange server. By using G Suite you save in costs for hardware, licenses and maintenance. G Suite works entirely in the cloud, allowing you to access your email, calendar and files from anywhere. Wherever you want, whenever you want. G Suite consists of three products, which are Gmail (email), calendar and drive (online storage).
Trusted Gmail environment
By using G Suite you will get an online mailbox of over 30 GB to store your email in via your trusted gmail environment. Because of this huge inbox, you don't have to remove your old emails and you can often save your entire email correspondence. Ideal for searching through your messages. G Suite is very easy to set up in Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple mail or on your phone and / or tablet. Of course, G Suite can also be accessed via the browser at https://gmail.com.
The calendar function within G Suite allows you to easily manage your calendar. Available entirely online again, so you can view your calendar from anywhere. It is also possible to share calendars between users, so that a secretary, for example, can manage the calendars of board members.
Amongst others I work for
Google Drive offers you online storage options. The space for this storage is shared with your mail, so a total of 30 GB is available by default. It is also possible to expand this storage space, with different sizes and subscription options. This storage can be accessed via your G Suite account, both on PC and phone/tablet. Ideal to securely access your files on the go.
The costs for G Suite are 5.50 euros per user per month and are invoiced in advance, annually. G Suite does not require a minimum number of users, so it is an ideal solution for any company.
The one-time fee I charge for installing and setting up G Suite is 100,- euros. For modifications after the installation or on-site support I charge my standard hourly rate, this can also be included in an SLA.
How does Deniz Tezcan work?
Introduction & Research
One of the most important but underrated steps. By listening carefully and gathering information, I can offer the solutions that best suit your company. Face-to-face works best, but via Skype or Hangouts e-Meeting is also fine. Before the interview, I ask you to fill in a questionnaire, so I can understand what your company needs even more quickly. After this I will conduct a short research to check the feasibility of your project.
In this phase, we will consider how to give the user the easiest possible process. Giving the user the information he/she is looking for is the basis of every project. After we've gone through the click paths and wireframes we'll come up with a design. I can make this design (or have it made) or you can provide a design yourself. Next, we will check if everything that is required has been incorporated in the designs in one session.
Development & Testing
It's time to code! This is the technical phase, where all hours of thinking, brainstorming and wireframing will come into its own. In this phase, functionalities are delivered in sprints of about 1 to 2 weeks. These will first be tested by me and then I will ask you to test them again. After an MVP is delivered, we schedule a session to test the entire application together from the very beginning.
Go live & Support
The best part. After the test phase, the application is delivered and moved from the test environment to the final location. I'm going to teach you how to use your application and update the content and images. Now we're done, aren't we? No - a software process is never finished. Because the world and technology keeps evolving, the applications have to change along with it. Otherwise you run the risk of your application losing its value.