We've added Dropbox as a Strategic Partner!

Umzuzu is very excited to have joined the Dropbox team as a member of their Partner Program. Millions of people use Dropbox at work. With Dropbox for Business you get the power and security of Dropbox plus robust admin controls, dedicated support, and all the space you need.

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Android in the Enterprise

Like the widely successful iPhone and iPad devices running iOS, Android has presented the enterprise with a number of deployment challenges. Android's development cycle has been extremely fast-paced. Like the rest of the Google Apps suite, and unlike the still unavailable Office365, Google releases new features into Android all the time. Google's added some great Enterprise features to Android over the past year and, fittingly given the Gartner research, released additional features today.
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What else can Google offer Kansas City?

Google has much more to offer Kansas City than ultra high-speed broadband. It's time we take them up on their offer. Google executives believe Kansas City has a great deal of potential. Let's prove them right!
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Ultra high-speed broadband is coming to Kansas City!

After a careful review, Google announces that they will build a ultra high-speed network in Kansas City, Kansas. They’ve signed a development agreement with the city, and will be working closely with local organizations, businesses and universities to bring a next-generation web experience to the Kansas City community.
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Thoughts on Google's Management Changes

This is also important to note because Google Apps has much more in common with AdWords and Google.com than it does Office or Exchange Server. Google.com and Adwords run on MapReduce, BigTable, and Google File System - in 2010 Google made massive investments in infrastructure to support these systems. Google.com and Adwords are not the only SaaS applications that run on these systems. Google Apps also runs on MapReduce, BigTable and Google File System. This is the benefit of having an actual cloud computing infrastructure rather than just television commercials.
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