the latest corporate customer for Google’s hosted office suite Google Apps Premier Edition.
The publisher of The Daily Telegraph will migrate 1,400 seats over to Google’s enterprise version of its business productivity software before the end of this year, after successfully completing a trial with 10 per cent of its users during May and June.
Paul Cheesbrough, Telegraph Media Group chief information officer told IT PRO that back in January the organisation faced the cost of signing a new three-year agreement with Microsoft to continue using its Office software suite on its XP desktops, and so it started to look for alternatives.
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