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Google Apps vs Office 365: Your Choice

July 27, 2011 No Comments

Guest post Louis Naugès is co-founder and chief cloud evangelist of international Google Apps integrator Revevol. Based in Paris, he blogs for ZDNet France and has translated an abridged version of this recent post for his second guest appearance here. Last year, his theme was Why Microsoft really, really hates the cloud. Read on for his equally provocative and partisan verdict on Microsoft’s newly launched cloud apps suite.

How the world has changed! In February 2007, Google launched Google Apps, its cloud based suite of communication and collaboration tools, in Europe and in the US.

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