Wyoming Gone Google, Saving Approximately $1 Million Annually

This morning, Governor Matt Mead announced that the state of Wyoming has completed its transition to Google Apps for Government. Since the state first declared its intention to go Google eight months ago, Wyoming has worked quickly to move all 10,000 state employees onto Google Apps."For the first time ever, Wyoming's entire state government now […]

This morning, Governor Matt Mead announced that the state of Wyoming has completed its transition to Google Apps for Government. Since the state first declared its intention to go Google eight months ago, Wyoming has worked quickly to move all 10,000 state employees onto Google Apps.

"For the first time ever, Wyoming's entire state government now shares a common email, calendar and document system, making it easier for employees to find and collaborate with one another. By going Google, the state is also saving taxpaying Wyomingites approximately $1 million annually. Who knows which next great "first" they'll put these savings towards?," Google stated.

You can view the live stream of the Governor's announcement starting at 8:00am MT.

[Source:Google Enterprise blog]

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