Google kills off free Google Apps offering Recent changes to Google Apps for Businesses has meant that Google s previously free Apps offering has been discontinued In an announcement on the company s Google Enterprise blog today Google Director of Product Management for Google Apps Clay Bavor said that businesses were too quickly outgrowing the free version of Google Apps and asking for or moving to paid premium accounts Instead of a free limited user version of Google Apps and the paid premium based version Google will now only offer the subscription version

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Google kills off free Google Apps offering -

Recent changes to Google Apps for Businesses has meant that Google's previously free Apps offering has been discontinued.

In an announcement on the company's Google Enterprise blog today, Google Director of Product Management for Google Apps Clay Bavor said that businesses were too quickly outgrowing the free version of Google Apps, and asking for or moving to paid premium accounts.

Instead of a free, limited-user version of Google Apps and the paid premium-based version, Google will now only offer the subscription version.

Google kills off free Google Apps offering - Recent changes to Google Apps for Businesses has meant that Google's previously free Apps offering has been discontinued. In an announcement on the company's Google Enterprise blog today, Google Director of Product Management for Google Apps Clay Bavor said that businesses were too quickly outgrowing the free version of Google Apps, and asking for or moving to paid premium accounts. Instead of a free, limited-user version of Google Apps and the paid premium-based version, Google will now only offer the subscription version.

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