Enterprise deployment
Use our change management resources and technical guides to roll out G Suite to a large organization.

If your organization has fewer than 200 users, see Small business quick start or Medium businesses deployment.

At a glance: 90-day enterprise rollout

Phase 1: Core IT staff starts using G Suite

Day 0-30: Set up G Suite user accounts and Gmail for your pilot IT staff so they can start using G Suite in their daily work. Plan your organization's data migration, mobile, and authentication strategies, and announce the upcoming transition.

Run a 5-step pilot

Phase 2: Early adopters starts using G Suite

Day 31-60: Create accounts and route messages for a selection of early adopters (~5% of your users). Begin migrating their email, calendar, and contacts to G Suite and configuring their mobile devices. Continue to build your organization’s awareness about the transition, and plan your Help Desk operations.

Set up your G Suite services

Phase 3: Go-live for the organization

Day 61-90: Create G Suite accounts for your remaining users. Complete the migration of users’ data and launch your authentication services. After that, you can route all users' mail to Gmail. Prepare your go-live communications, training, and support for users.

Train your users

Technical guides

Use our Technical Transition Guide to plan your deployment to G Suite. The guide covers planning, setting up email, importing data, and more.

Download the Technical Transition Guide

Looking for more guides on transition, migration, synchronization, and networking?

See all deployment guides

Change management

Use our change management guides and Google Guides program to help your users transition seamlessly to G Suite.

Get your users quickly up-to-speed with G Suite by following a streamlined change management plan.

Visit Change Management

Next steps

Feature release options


As the administrator, you control when your organization receives new features and updates. They can be added automatically as they are released by Google, or you can decide when new features become available.

Learn about the release process


Train your team


Visit the Train your users section to help your team get familiar with G Suite and master G Suite for the workplace. You’ll find quick start guides, tips, weekly videos, in-product training, and other resources to work smarter.

Visit Train your users