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North Las Vegas Chooses Google Apps

Google Apps for Government is certainly taking off this year. Just last month Columbia, Missouri and the U.S. Department of the Interior adopted the system for their email and communications networks. Google claims that Google Apps is both cost effective and secure enough for any government agencies, but what are the governments that implement the software really looking for? Today …

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Columbia, MO, Jumps to Google Apps for Government

Google Apps for Government has added another convert to its ever-growing list of government bodies that are switching to Google’s suite of cloud-based apps. This time, the latest member of the Google Apps family is the city of Columbia, MO. A guess blog post from the City Manager of Columbia, Mike Matthes, details how he came to the decision to …

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U.S. Dept. of Interior Chooses Google for Cloud-Based Services

After a couple of years of jockeying, Google has emerged over Microsoft to woo the U.S. Department of Interior into going with a Google Apps partner for the agency’s transition into cloud services. According to a Twitter post by Andy Blevins, who describes himself on that account as “close to Microsoft and IT decision-makers,” Google Enterprise partner Onix has been …

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