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Google Apps For Business Drops Its Free Version, All New Customers Must Pay

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  • http://www.360pics.ca/ Wedge Internet Marketing

    Really too bad Google took this away now I need to find another solution . thanks for nothing Google

  • http://www.martinbean.co.uk/ Martin Bean

    Well, glad I got my free Apps account when I did for my freelance business.

  • http://techwalls.com/ Tuan

    Google Apps is still offered for free. This post is misleading, Google hasn’t killed it yet. Here is the guide http://techwalls.com/news/register-free-google-apps-standard-account-single-user/
    Hope it helps.

  • http://www.drivehq.com/ Jim

    The whole idea of using Google Apps is it’s free and it can be accessed from anywhere.
    It was never because it is better or easier than Microsoft Office suite installed on a local computer. Indeed, running business productivity applications inside of a web browser is so awkward and limited, not to mention it is slower, and you cannot use it without Internet connection (e.g. on an airplane). Now it is no longer free, SMBs really should look for better alternatives. DriveHQ.com has offered cloud IT service to SMBs since 2003. It is a one-stop shop for all core IT services such as file server, email server, FTP server, static web server, online backup, folder synchronization, group file sharing and collaboration with user access control. It has tons of high-end business features all bundled for the same low prices. Our user license costs only $0.6/user/month, why not give it a try?

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