Google has renamed Google Apps to G Suite:
We created Google Apps to help people everywhere work and innovate together, so organizations can move faster and achieve more. On September 29, 2016, we introduced a new name that better reflects this mission: G Suite.
The new name and logo will appear in the Google Admin console, online help, and email notifications. G Suite is still the same all-in-one solution that you use every day, with the same powerful tools like Gmail, Docs, Drive, and Calendar. Your services and pricing remain the same.
I have created g-suite:
G Suite is the new name for Google Apps. It is a suite of products for business clients of Google. Unless these products specifically involve your browser or computer software, questions about Google Suite are considered off-topic and should be asked on webapps....
Edit: Just bumping this. The question anchoring the new tag was migrated. Didn't want the new tag to disappear before the synonym was created. I manually edited the google-apps tag on another question that didn't look like a migration candidate to g-suite (per comments).
Edit 2: Just noticed that no action has happened on this yet. It seems like a no-brainer, and the question has a net +10 (one downvote, which might reflect that the literal wording of the question differs from its current state of affairs). Is there an issue preventing this from moving forward? FYI, the vast majority of upvotes were received after the proposed action was revised and clarified in comments. Does the question, itself, need to be updated to accurately reflect the desired action?