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Google goes after SharePoint with new enterprise tools

Blair Hanley Frank | June 14, 2016
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Google has been trying to get Office customers to switch to its Apps for Work suite, so it makes sense that the company would invest in trying to build something that competes at least in part with SharePoint. It's still early days for both products, which are just entering beta, so it seems unlikely that either is in a position to kill the far more mature SharePoint.

Google Apps for Work administrators can sign up for a private beta for each of the two different services starting Monday. Tabone said that Google is going to start slow when inviting organizations to test out the services. As the company gathers feedback from existing testers, it will expand the program further and further, making changes as it goes. 

Source: Infoworld 

 

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