Google takes off "beta" label from Google Apps

Google has announced of taking the beta label off of Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and Google Talk to remove any doubt that Google Apps is a mature product suite, which server more than 1.75 million companies around the world that run their business on Google Apps, including Google. Also announced some other Google Apps features, particularly […]

Google has announced of taking the beta label off of Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and Google Talk to remove any doubt that Google Apps is a mature product suite, which server more than 1.75 million companies around the world that run their business on Google Apps, including Google. Also announced some other Google Apps features, particularly useful to administrative support staff to screen and send email on behalf of others: mail delegation, mail retention and ongoing enhancements to Apps reliability. Finally, implemented additional procedures for reliability to business customers: live replication of data to other locations for near-instant disaster recovery, and special handling of business users' data in our data center operations. However, if you like the “beta” tag in Gmail, just go to settings, click on Labs, turn on "Back to Beta," and it'll be like Gmail never left beta at all.