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Google Talks Enterprise

For years, pundits claimed that Google was Microsoft's biggest enterprise rival. Back then, Google had a search engine and some low-function Web productivity apps. The company has grown since then, and is starting to emerge as a real enterprise player as its cloud apps -- especially messaging -- mature.

Our news hound, Kurt Mackie, cornered Matthew Glotzbach, director of Google Enterprise, to talk about apps, browsers and operating systems. After reading this extensive and insightful interview, you'll have a better appreciation for all that Google has done.

Posted by Doug Barney on 11/16/2009 at 1:17 PM


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