Over 4 million businesses, 70 of the top 100 universities and 20 million students have now 'Gone Google' and more are following suit every day. Not only does Google Apps make your business or institution more secure, productive and simple, it is also saving customers thousands compared to Microsofts Exchange server. But don’t take our word for it, view the videos below to see how Google Apps has changed these businesses and institutions. 

Ruckpack has gone Google

The idea for RuckPack was born while CEO and Co-Founder Rob Dyer was deployed to Afghanistan with Marine Special Operations Command. See how he turned the concept into reality and a fast-growing business with Google Apps.

Banshee Wines has gone Google

Winemakers sip their way to success with Google Apps for Business.

Malaysia: Google Apps and Chromebooks in the classroom

As part of their plan to reform education in the country, Malaysia is providing 4G high speed Internet access, web-based educational tools, Google Apps and Chromebooks to primary and secondary school students nationwide. 

Pure Fix Cycles has Gone Google

Founded in celebration of bicycling and all that it offers: "transportation, health, and righteous good times," Pure Fix Cycles provides fixed gear bikes directly from the manufacturer to the customer. Hear how they're using Google Apps and Maps to manage their operations as efficiently as possible.

Khan Academy runs on Google Cloud platform

Khan Academy's mission is to provide a free world class education for anyone anywhere. They're using cutting edge technology to teach millions of students worldwide.

Madras Cements has gone Google

See how Madras Cements uses Google Maps to visualize business data and glean insights from reports, allowing them to pinpoint strategies for business growth.

Shaw Industries has gone Google

Shaw Industries was founded in 1946 as a small area rug company, and over the last 66 years has grown to become the world's largest carpet manufacturer, with 25,000 employees across 200 locations worldwide. Hear how this successful manufacturer has embraced technology to keep their teams connected whether they're on the manufacturing floor or in the new China office.

EAT. has gone Google

See how national fresh-food retailer EAT. moved from their existing solution to Google Apps to help manage the daily workload, but ended up with much more.