CMS Watch’s Alan Pelz-Sharpe casts a critical eye over Google’s enterprise services and asks whether or not Google technologies will ever be suitable for enterprise-class use.
“Google is a consumer company that makes a huge amount of money from selling online advertisements. The business model is predicated by the concept that popular equals good. The more hits the better; the more people accessing information the better. Basically Google is structured to support and develop “cool” functionality that will drive ever more online activity. But the world of the enterprise just isn’t like that. In fact most of the time it is the exact opposite. It is a world that focuses on security, control, process, and accuracy.” [Read More]
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