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Google (GOOG +1.9%) logs its biggest sale for its Google Apps platform with a deal to supply...

Google (GOOG +1.9%) logs its biggest sale for its Google Apps platform with a deal to supply General Motors (GM). Covering more than 100K employees, the pact may represent a major step in Google's challenge to Microsoft (MSFT) in application software - and, for GM, a move away from its more traditional groupware, Lotus Notes (IBM).
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  • 0ZJ
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    Love GApps and GMail, don't love them in the enterprise. It seems to that typically GApps ends up being run alongside Lotus/Exchange or whatever.

     

    Less of a move "away" from IBM or MSFT as the addition of GOOG where it fits.
    3 Nov 2011, 06:55 PM Reply Like
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