If your organization has fewer than 200 users, see the Small and medium businesses deployment section.
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.
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.
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.
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