Google is launching another attack on the corporate world, offering up a suite of business applications on Monday.
The suite includes Gmail with 2GB of storage, Google Calendar, Google Talk and Page Creator. It's an extension of a service the company launched in February that lets organizations use Gmail with their own e-mail address.
Google still makes most of its money from search-related advertising. But with beta versions of spreadsheet and word-processing programs in the works, it's clear the company is aiming for bigger markets.
Monday, August 28, 2006
Google's foot in the office door
From c/net News
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