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Hey there! My blog post this time, is to address a query you might have had about split delivery from a single domain. I’ve seen this being discussed on a couple of online forums so I thought it would be a good idea to shed some light on the topic. What is split delivery? Split delivery means emails will be delivered to the same domain but to two mail systems simultaneously. With split delivery, an…

Last month marked 14 years since Gmail came into existence. Funny story – when Gmail was announced to the public on 1st April, 2004 not only did it arouse skepticism from those in the industry (owing to Google’s popular April Fools’ Day pranks), but it didn’t even have the infrastructure required to provide millions of users with reliable service. However, Gmail quickly became a force to reckon with. Its popularity threw competitors Yahoo and Hotmail…

Introduction Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular. Technology is advancing at a fast pace and an increasing number of businesses are opting for cloud services. Cloud computing is simply servers, services, storage and software delivered over the Internet. Cloud computing’s popularity can be attributed to: Scalability: On-premise solutions can be hard to scale. The cloud enables instant scalability and scalability on-demand which is great for handling peak loads. Instantly available: With cloud computing, services are…

To answer the ‘How does G Suite work’ question, let’s first understand what G Suite or Google Apps for Business is. G Suite is a package of cloud-based services for companies, organisations etc. These are apps that we’re probably all familiar with. It allows for: Collaboration Communication Storage Gmail for Business: Professional vs. Free Email The biggest advantage for a company or a business using G Suite is the use of the company domain name…

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