Internet workspace is a virtual work environment dedicated for storing, retrieving and processing official or personal data. It is a digital platform that allows users to collaborate, communicate, and work on projects from anywhere in the world. For instance, Google is one of the most popular internet workspaces. Google Workspace offers a wide range of productivity tools such as Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides. These tools enable users to create, share, and edit documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other types of files online. Given its user-friendly features, Google Workspace is widely used by businesses, educational institutions, and individuals who value the benefits of cloud-based collaboration and the convenience. Thus, the use of internet workspaces has become increasingly popular in recent years, particularly with the growing trend of remote work and the need for flexible, efficient collaboration tools. This section covers discussion about the Google Workspace and its various features used by internet users for processing information in a business environment. One of the objectives is to acquaint the undergraduate students with features, structures and purposes of the virtual workspaces available on internet so that they are equipped with theoretical as well as practical knowledge expected from business professionals in twenty-first century.