This article explains what G Suite services you can sign up with in the DreamHost panel.
Payment plans & plan types
DreamHost currently offers G Suite's 'Basic' and 'Business' plans, billed on a monthly basis (Google's "flexible plan").
If you wish to sign up for Google's 'Enterprise' plan, or need another type of payment plan, you will need to sign up directly with G Suite.
G Suite Basic plan
G Suite Basic is a suite of apps such as email, calendars, online document editing and storage, video meetings, and much more. View the following link for further details.
Your administrative or IT team can also:
- Manage user accounts and security settings from a central Admin console
- Control user access to features and services
- Remotely manage your mobile fleet
- Track usage trends via audits and reports
- Receive 24/7 support from G Suite experts
G Suite Business plan
G Suite Business is the enhanced office suite of Google services. In addition to everything available in G Suite Basic, it includes features listed below. You can also read more about the Business plan here:
Each user can store unlimited Gmail messages, Google Photos, and files in Drive. If there are 4 or fewer users in your organization, each user gets 1 TB of storage.
Users can also use Google Cloud Search to search for content across Gmail, Docs, Calendar, and their other G Suite services. View the following link for further details.
Team Drives allows files to be owned by a team instead of an individual. If members leave, files stay where they are so the team can continue to share information and get work done. View the following link for further details.
Archiving with Vault — Use Vault to retain, archive, search, and export your organization's data.
Activity alerts — Activity email alerts allow you to get custom alerts on Drive activity, such as when documents are shared outside your domain.
Security keys — Use Security keys to deploy and monitor security keys for your organization.
Extra policy controls
Restrict even more tasks to specific users, based on organizational units.
Any users you create must be under the same plan for a given domain. This means you cannot have some users on the Basic plan and some users on the Business plan for the same domain.
However, you can have different plans for different domains. Domain A could have all users on the basic plan and Domain B could have all users on the business plan.