Google Apps takes on Office, wins on price

04/16/2008 | CNET

IT executives from Fortune 500 companies are taking a serious look at Google Apps as an alternative to Microsoft Office, writes Open Road blogger Matt Asay. One company figures it costs them $200 per user a year to provision its users with the software functions Google can provide for $50 per user a year.

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