For organizations considering an upgrade to the latest version of Notes® or for those
that may desire a change —this document outlines a 10-step process for determining if Google Apps is a viable, cost-effective alternative.
To evaluate the possible cost savings a federal agency might expect from migrating to the cloud, in this study Darrell M. West reviews past studies, undertake case studies of government agencies that have made the move, and discuss the future of cloud computing.
The City of Los Angeles has 30,000+ employees and 44 different departments. When the city’s information technology agency, responsible for managing enterprise applications, was facing a $400 million deficit, it looked to Google Apps to provide the richest, most cost-effective and efficient communication solutions.
This paper provides a snapshot of what is happening in the arena of cloud computing. What are the
benefits? Why are businesses embracing it? What does it mean to a business owner or executive?
How does it affect the workplace? What are the payoffs and the pitfalls? Is it really ready for "prime
This paper examines whether cloud computing makes good
business sense for your company. Overly optimistic? Perhaps. But as many companies are discovering, cloud computing offers rapid and significant results.
Leading Canadian hotelier, Delta Hotels and Resorts, recently migrated from Microsoft Exchange 2007 to Google Apps. It gained significant cost savings but more importantly for Director of Digital Innovation, Michael Rodger, a platform for growth and continuous innovation. Four thousand of Delta's employees now use Google Apps to better communicate and collaborate across 44 hotel properties and corporate offices. Michael will discuss the decision to switch, the deployment and Delta's future with Google Apps.
Companies are making the switch from Lotus Notes/Domino to Google Apps.
There’s a smarter, secure, collaborative way to work. Cloudbased messaging and collaboration apps help businesses increase productivity while simplifying IT and reducing costs.
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