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Konica Minolta | Webcast
By Google | 7/3/2011
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. (Konica Minolta) needed to easily integrate multiple corporate acquisitions, move from an old-style on-premise email system, and transform IT’s role from tactical to strategic - so the company chose Google Apps. Today, Google Apps not only provides email, but also integrates collaboration, security, and spam blocking – all while freeing Konica Minolta's IT Department to spend more time on forward-looking enterprise initiatives. The IT Department is now a strategic asset to the business, one that is aligned more closely to user needs. Find out:· Why Konica Minolta migrated to Google Apps to support its merger and acquisition strategies· How innovation in Google Apps helped Konica Minolta "buck conventional wisdom” regarding on-premise solutions· How Google Apps has enabled IT to better align with user needs and become more valuable and strategic to the business.
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Limbach | Webcast
By Google | 7/3/2011
A mechanical contractor founded in 1901, Limbach Facility Services was using Lotus Notes/Domino for its 500 employees, and despite being a recent version, the Notes system was hampering the company’s innovation. When a new hire suggested moving to Google Apps, management initially scoffed. But after evaluating Google Apps against Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange, Limbach was convinced of its value. Google Apps has quickly become a platform for innovation: one employee used Google video chat to document how to safely helicopter an HVAC system onto a roof and Limbach added a cloud-based workflow tool from the Google Apps Marketplace. 
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Moore | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
Futurist and consultant Geoffrey Moore—author of popular books such as Crossing the Chasm and Inside the Tornado —shares insights on the tectonic shift that is occurring in IT. Today, consumer technologies like mobile devices and social networking are driving enterprise IT, and the result is a new era that requires rapid adaptation. Moore offers wise strategies for overcoming enterprise IT challenges and using new technologies like cloud computing to increase profit margins and truly cater to end-users. Moore offers ways to succeed in a world of increasing commoditization, globalization, mobility and instant collaboration. 
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How Google Tackles Security | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
Today's computing environment demands IT attention to a wide range of security issues. Learn from security practitioners at Google who are on the frontlines of fighting spam, malware and phishing, securing identity management in hosted web apps and monitoring the network and detecting intrusion. 
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Lincoln Property | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
CIO Jay Kenney of Lincoln Property Company inherited a Novell Groupwise system powering email for 950 of the approximately 3,500 employees of this top national property manager. Evaluating his options, he looked at remaining with Novell or switching to Microsoft Exchange. At the prodding of one of his tech-savvy partners, he tried out Google Apps - and liked what he found. At approximately $200K per year cheaper than the existing system and infrastructure, Google Apps provides email, instant messaging, great mobile options, AV/AS protection for just $50/user/year. And, Jay can now provide all 3,500 employees with company email. 
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LLC International | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
At LCC International, a global wireless engineering company with 1,200 employees, VP of IT, John Buckholz, has managed Lotus cc:Mail, IBM Notes/Domino, and Microsoft Exchange systems during his career. But his most recent choice for messaging and collaboration is Google Apps. Why? LCC International saved 60% over bare-bones alternatives, and he and his team no longer spend their weekends monitoring system uptime and addressing email issues for a workforce that operates 365 days a year. Most importantly, IT has been able to shift resources to more mission critical initiatives.
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Mattson Technology | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
Matthew Hough, Global Director of IT for Mattson Technology, made the switch from Microsoft Exchange to Google Apps for his 500-person company. With offices on 3 continents, Mattson Technology designs, manufactures, and markets the semiconductor wafer processing equipment used to make integrated circuits. Google Apps has changed the way Mattson does business and enabled IT to turn off six servers. The company has also saved over 70% in total costs compared to Microsoft Exchange. 
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Sanmina-SCI | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
The IT team at Sanmina-SCI works in the competitive high-tech manufacturing industry. It must constantly look for ways to improve service levels while cutting costs. So it took a look at Google Apps, wondering if it could meet the needs of a global, multilingual workforce as a replacement for the company's on premise Microsoft Exchange 2003 system. After careful due diligence and a measured proof of concept phase, the team recently completed a phased migration for 15,000 email users and charted a new course for delivering IT value. 
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Save Money on Cloud Computing and Google Apps | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
Moving to the cloud and Google Apps yields many benefits: a streamlined IT infrastructure, a platform for innovation and increased employee satisfaction to name but a few. And significant cost savings don't hurt either. In this live workshop, we'll review a financial framework to help you build a business case for moving to the cloud. We'll share tips on what other customers have done and take your questions. 
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Sports Basement | Webcast
By Google | 4/3/2011
David Rumberg, Partner/CIO, Sports Basement, recently chose Google Apps over Microsoft Exchange for this mid-sized specialty retailer. Now everyone has anywhere/anytime email and can collaborate online in real-time. Plus, staff time is freed up to build an online community, increase website conversions with Google Analytics and share best practices.  
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