Close to switching 100% of my documents to the cloud
I got started with Google Apps for Work over 5 years ago. Though I was very enthusiastic, at that time the feature set was not ready for prime time. I've used it off and on over the years since then (mostly for documents that I needed to share) but in the last year or two, I found myself gravitating more and more back to Google Apps. The feature set improved tremendously and Google was able to keep the design clean and intuitive. Compared to the disaster Office 365 for Mac is, Google is very close to winning me completely over. I already switched away from the Office on my personal laptop and won't be long before I do the same at work.
- great sharing & collaboration tools - versioning support - rich and flexible feature set - clean and intuitive
- though folders works sort of like tags, I'd like to see a more robust tagging function.
Integration with gmail, better sharing tools, offline sync works more reliably.
Offline sync on mac was only in beta and the sync client deleted some of my files. Not reliable at the time.
Sharing financial and production projection spreadsheets. Collaborating on contracts and other documents.
Keeping our prioritized project list helps coordinate work
does not apply - non-profit
- IMHO, Google Apps has surpassed Office 365 for the overall value