Google Apps Nonprofit Edition

An announcement in the Google Blog:
Easier IT for nonprofits

Since we first launched it in August 2006, Google Apps has become one of our most flexible offerings. It’s helping to meet the needs of family domains, businesses of all sizes, Internet Service Providers and universities. Starting today, we’re extending the Education Edition of Google Apps to registered nonprofits.

We’re excited about this development not only because nonprofits, like universities, can benefit from access to powerful technology tools that don’t strain overburdened budgets, but because we believe our technologies should promote as much of a positive impact in the non-commercial world as we hope they do for commercial enterprises.

Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 4:18 PM
Posted by Jens Scheffler, Software Engineer, Google Apps Team

http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2007/07/easier-it-for-nonprofits.html

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