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Transcribed into 40 languages since it's first release 2 years ago. Read the blog post & download here: http://bit.ly/g-seoguideHere’s what’s new:Glossary…Continue
Started by Matt Joswick. Last reply by Truman Leung Oct 8, 2010.
Its too bad they gave up so quickly. Given a multiyear investment I think they could have pulled it off.Google Blog: But despite these wins, and numerous loyal fans, Wave has not seen the user…Continue
Started by Daniel Leuck. Last reply by Les Vogel Aug 6, 2010.
Being a programmer and a general techie addict, I am not a big fan of closed platforms nor proprietary APIs. That's why something like Google Pad would be of interest to me. It's probably quite a bit…Continue
Started by Konstantin A Lukin. Last reply by Konstantin A Lukin Apr 12, 2010.
The purpose of this discussion forum is to discuss experiences with converting to and using GAPE for enterprise applications such as email, calendaring, contacts, collaboration, etc.Continue
Tags: Web, Services, Applications, Cloud, Apps
Started by David C. Brauer. Last reply by David C. Brauer Mar 22, 2010.
When using GMail Enterprise, how does one configure to embrace best business practices allowing for eDiscovery in the cloud, should that ever occur.
You can use Postini with Google Apps for retention and eDiscovery.
Google settles with FTC over "Google Buzz"; Google agrees to have its Privacy policies audited for the next two decades!
Google has settled Federal Trade Commission charges that it violated its own privacy practices when it launched Google Buzz. Google agreed to implement a “comprehensive privacy program” that will be regularly audited for 20 years.
The FTC alleged that Google misrepresented its privacy claims because it led Gmail users to believe they could choose to join Buzz. Instead, Google integrated Buzz and Gmail.
Needless to say, the Google Buzz implementation led to a bevy of complaints. Under the settlement with the FTC, Google agreed to the following:
Overall, the FTC is making a statement with this Google settlement. Regular audits are designed to keep Google in check going forward and are going to be an extra cost to Google for doing business.
Also check out the Google Science Fair videos for:
a) A Magnificent Experiment - Google Science Fair Intro Video, ...
b) Specific detailed instructions on how to sign-up, and ...
c) Google Science Fair Kick-Off Event held on January 12, 2011 ...
Lets get Hawai'ian Kids involved!
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