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Google Pushes to Unseat Microsoft Exchange

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In its most direct assault on Microsoft's business applications, Google unveiled Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook at a media event here. The new Apps Synch plug-in is designed to help companies move off of Microsoft's Exchange server, to Google's cloud service, with the option to maintain Outlook's interface and features.

Apps Sync is available now, but only for users of Google's Google Apps Premier, a suite of cloud-based applications that costs $50 per user, per year, and to qualified education and nonprofit organizations...

 

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