Google Plus Shut down, Google Currents will be New Tool for G Suite Users

G Suite Google Currents is now for Google plus

Technology Giant Google announced to shut down Google plus on April 2, 2019 because of low user engagement and product maintenance challenges. But here it’s worth noted that Google Currents will be the new replacement for G Suite Users enabling them for healthy group discussion and interaction with employees within the organization.

As the Beta Version of Currents will be launched with more advanced features, as the posts and tags are much faster than previous Google Plus. Now G Suite users can avail the facility of Google Currents and their google plus posts will automatically transfer to their currents account, but not for personal accounts.

This is the second time when Google used Currents name, previously in 2011 it was a magazine app offering news services and later it was replaced by Google News. Google Currents is much focussed on businesses facilitate management to monitor conversations and interaction with employees directly. Hopefully, Google Currents will be the next-generation tools for G Suite Users.

Google is the foremost US-based multinational company, primarily deals in Internet-related services and products. The company offered various services i.e. search engine, cloud computing, online advertisements, Web-based services, software products, and hardware. Founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin on September 4, 1998; the company has established itself in Big four technology company.

In its enterprise services, Google offered G suite and Google Cloud Platform, where G suite is a monthly subscription for businesses to avail Google services Google Drive, Gmail, Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Calendar, unique domain name along with 24/7 support and services. Because of myriad usage and features, G Suite is more popular among the business community and organizations. It offers professional email services, 30GB of online storage per user for basic and unlimited for enterprise level, advanced admin control, easy data migration etc. Now it’s to see what will be the impact of Google Currents for G Suite users.


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