Google Touts City Of LA's Decision To Equip 34,000 Employees With Google Apps

Monday Dec 14th 2009 by Staff

A big win for Google's cloud-based communication and collaboration suite: the company has announced that the City of Los Angeles has equipped 34,000 employees with Google Apps.

Washington Post: According to Google's blog post, the city, which is replacing its Novell GroupWise system, had evaluated 14 e-mail technology providers for a revamp of the city government's communication and collaboration platform, and ended up picking Google Apps. The deal, which includes servicing done in partnership with CSC, has a three-year base period and two one-year options. The deal was unanimously approved by the city council in Los Angeles at the end of last month and is worth $7.2 million.
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