There’s a reason why it’s called higher education. It elevates people—their aspirations, and potential. Google Cloud provides an intelligent suite of tools that powers IT, researchers, faculty, and learners.
Learn more about G Suite for Education, the big data and machine learning tools in Google Cloud Platform, devices, and computer science programs.
Use Gmail, Google Docs, and more on any device. This suite of free productivity tools facilitates easy classroom collaboration, maximizes productivity, and can be easily deployed and managed by IT.
A simple, powerful set of tools built to take higher education education further. Whether you’re focus is IT infrastructure, research, teaching, or entrepreneurship, you can use Google’s storage, compute, Big Data and Machine Learning solutions to go farther, faster.
Google’s devices are built for collaboration and simplicity. Provide affordable Chromebooks for loaner programs or campus kiosks, enable teamwork in person or virtually with Jamboard, and deploy Chrome Digital Signage to share news with your community in real time.
Grow your skills with live and online training on topics ranging from G Suite administration to machine learning.
Become certified in G Suite or GCP by taking an online exam.
Whether you're migrating to the cloud or building a custom solution for your business, our Google Cloud partners can help.
Labster has partnered with Google’s VR team to create advanced VR lab simulations for students, supporting coursework at university and AP high school level in cellular and molecular biology, ecology, and animal physiology. These labs can work alongside physical labs, or replace them completely for online or remote students. ASU is the first school to use these labs for their classes.
An MIT math professor recently broke the record for the largest ever Compute Engine cluster, with 580,000 cores on Preemptible VMs, the largest known high-performance computing cluster to ever run in the public cloud.
Boise State moved to Gmail for security and affordability, and also experienced improved collaboration with Google Docs.
Brown University moved 6,000 students and 4,000 faculty to G Suite for Education to create better collaboration, save money, and strengthen connections with alumni.
Georgetown switched to G Suite for Education to connect its communities, on campus and beyond, while also saving cost and time.
We’re supporting faculty and students as they work to strengthen the computer science field through research and innovation.
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