'The plugin syncs your work through Google's cloud, so everyone can contribute to the same version of a file at the same time,' said the company.
'Learning the benefits of web-powered collaboration will help more people make a faster transition to 100% web collaboration tools.'
Google also launched a '90-Day Appsperience' program which is 'a way for companies that currently use cumbersome legacy systems to see how web-powered tools help their teams work together more effectively.'
Essentially, businesses can pay a small fee to gain access to a 90-day free trial of Google Apps.
'Companies trying Google Apps can use the new collaboration dashboard in the Google Apps control panel to assess the value of our tools,' the company said.
'The dashboard provides data on how people are using Apps to collaborate more efficiently without the hassles of document versions, check-in/check-out or attachments."