Los Angeles City move to Google Apps, expected saving over $5.5 million

Google informs that "Los Angeles city council voted unanimously in favor of completing the City's move to Google Apps. More than 10,000 City employees are already using Google Apps for Government, and Los Angeles taxpayers are expected to save more than $5.5 million.""Within few months and in less than a year since the project began, […]

Google informs that "Los Angeles city council voted unanimously in favor of completing the City's move to Google Apps. More than 10,000 City employees are already using Google Apps for Government, and Los Angeles taxpayers are expected to save more than $5.5 million."

"Within few months and in less than a year since the project began, we expect that all 30,000 city employees, including the 13,000 members of Los Angeles Police Department and other public safety officials, will be migrated to Google Apps. LA's move to the cloud is the first of its kind, and it's not surprising that it's taken a little longer than anticipated to identify and address all of the City's unique requirements. We're very pleased with the progress to date, and are committed to making this a great success for Los Angeles and a milestone for cloud computing," said Google.

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