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Google Apps

Reasons For And Against Migrating to Google Apps
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David Snider

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Google Apps

Is Google Apps Right for Your Company? Do you have any of these challenges? Paying for High Priced Microsoft Apps?
Word
Excel
PowerPoint
Visio Endless need for hard disk space to support your internal E-mail system? Trouble collaborating with others outside your company firewall? Inability to search your e-mail quickly? Concerned about business continuity or disaster recovery? Google Can Help using cloud computing But first, let's define "Cloud Computing" Google provides a host of applications in the cloud

http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/business/index.html#utm_medium=et&utm_source=catch_all
So let's answer those questions Reliable, secure online applications wherever you work But it costs a fortune right? Google Apps reduces IT costs and empowers today's employees. Gmail, Google Docs, Google Sites, and more - $50 per user per year. Oh yeah! What about... All your work...
E-mail
Documents
Calendar
Drawings

Are in the Cloud! So you plug in to the internet and Google takes care of the rest Sounds Great! So what's the catch? Where's the fine print? There are Some Risks! Let's take a closer look at Google Docs Less Control Company Data on the Internet Dependent on an internet connection Less Privacy All to save money!! And Google is going after more So... By: David Snider
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