G Suite, which offers popular productivity services such as Gmail, Google Drive and more, has gained over one million customers since February 2019, when it boasted five million. The news comes after many people have been forced to work remotely because of the coronavirus, and have been increasingly using G Suite's Google Meet video-calling service, which gained 25 times more users than it did in January. According to CNBC, this could help Alphabet grow outside of advertising, which was responsible for 83% of the company's revenue in 2019. It is unclear at present how much the increase in users will affect G Suite's competitiveness. In 2018, industry-research company Gartner reported that Microsoft dominated the market for productivity suites at 87.5%, while Google only had 10.4%.