So tell me. Who at those Fortune 100 companies and Ivy League schools ensures that said apps can be downloaded? Who makes sure the information they send can 'get out' onto the web? Who blocks potentially malicious programs or documents software that is not compatible with the network? Christ, who built the damn network in the first place? I don't think it's just a phone line and a wireless router, do you? ;)
"Interns coming in for the summer are asked if they're familiar with Google Apps. They say, 'Of course we are,'" said Nathan McBride, vice president of IT & chief cloud architect at AMAG Pharmaceuticals. "
McBride said 75 Fortune 100 companies now use Google Apps along with most Ivy League schools, meaning that the next generation of workers won't be users of Microsoft Exchange or Office.