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Google G Suite@Cambridge

Cambridge has now enabled the majority of Google G Suite (formerly Google Apps), expanding on the existing Google Apps @ Cambridge Calendar service. The only part of G Suite@Cambridge now not enabled is Gmail.

What is G Suite?

G Suite is Google's collaborative online work environment. You can access it from any computer with an internet connection and a web browser, on most operating systems. It includes:

  • Google Drive – an unlimited cloud-based filestore, with an individual file size limit of 5TB
  • Google Calendar – shared calendars
  • Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms – office productivity apps
  • Google Keep – note-taking app
  • Google Hangouts – text, voice and video conversations (up to 25 people)
  • Google Meet – desktop and mobile videoconferencing for up to 30 participants

Note that our agreement with Google covers only these core G Suite apps and we cannot enable any other services (for example, Google Analytics).

Learn more: Google G Suite for Education | G Suite Terms of Service

If you are already using Google Calendars@Cambridge, you will find the G Suite apps under the menu in the top right of your browser window.

If not, you'll need to register your @cam email address to use G Suite@Cambridge. This will give you access to the University's area of Google.

See: Google account registration and login

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