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  • February 16, 2012
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  • Google Apps for Government Peter Kassab Google Apps Specialist
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  • Government challenges are changing Information overload Volume of information is increasing radically Sort, file, and find is a broken paradigm Collaboration is central Work with distributed teams Connect with agency partners Enterprise Delivery Model is Broken Security patching and management Software updates and upgrades
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  • Google is Committed to Meeting those Challenges.... FISMA FIPS 199 Authority to Operate Moderate Baseline (Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability) Issued by General Services Administration Google Apps for Government US Government only cloud GSA Schedule 70 pricing via www.apps.gov Pending GSA BPA Leader in Public Sector Cloud Computing General Services Administration, NOAA, USAID, Dept of Energy labs, State of Colorado, New Mexico, City of Orlando, City of Los Angeles, Treasury, Multonomah County, Smithsonian, Tennessee Valley Authority, MACPAC, Wyoming, Advanced Distributed Learning (US Army), Naval War College, US Coast Guard Academy
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  • Two Phases of the next Technology Revolution Do the same things cheaper Do the things you could never do before
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  • Unique value for our Government Customers Pure & Proven Cloud 100% browser based Rapid innovation FISMA Moderate Level Security Productive Anywhere Device agnostic Viewing AND Editing Interchangeable experience Designed for Teams Real-time collaboration Socially aware Across department borders Simple & Affordable Simple licensing Supported for everyone Low TCO
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  • Incremental Innovation Google Apps in 2007 Google Apps in 2011
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  • Integrate your existing architecture to start your journey Secure Data Connector Cloud Connect Contextual Gadgets Device Management Apps Scripts
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  • How will Google Integrate with architectures? Enterprise integration Active Directory/LDAP Exchange free/busy Multi-factor authentication (HSPD- 12, CAC, PIV, RSA) SSO integration Client connectivity MAPI-based Outlook Blackberry integration ActiveSync Support and Reliability 99.9% SLA (no scheduled downtime) 24/7/365 support
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  • U.S. General Services Administration Competitive RFP in 2010 Completed Deployment June 2011 17,500 users successful live on June 20, 2011 Migration from LotusNotes led by Unisys/Tempus Nova "In addition to the cost saving benefits, the new email environment provides our agency with an easily accessible suite of services including email and collaboration tools that help GSA employees become a more mobile and more efficient workforce." o Martha Johnson Administrator U.S. GSA
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  • U.S. Dept of Commerce NOAA Competitive RFP in 2010 Award in June 2011 for 25,000 Users 25,000 users will migrate from Sun Messaging and Exchange led by Earth Resources Technology and Unisys This system will allow us to share information and strengthen collaborative productivity..." It's faster, it's easier, the technology is mature, and security can be addressed. I like the idea of reducing my commodity IT to a bill, and we'll be able to provide a better service at a reduced cost." o Joe Klimavicz CIO of NOAA
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  • Google Confidential & Proprietary Few can benefit more than government
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  • Thank You! Question?
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  • Product Slides
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  • GMail Manage information better 25GB quotas per user - never waste time managing quotas again Search your email -- find what you need quickly and easily Use labels to filter and sort messages Conversation threading to help manage your inbox Anytime, anywhere access Web access from any connection Mobile access: Blackberry, iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile Outlook Connector: allow users to keep their existing client
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  • Talk Real-time communications Instant messaging with text Simple voice and video communications IMs archived and searchable with email Integrated directly into the Inbox Simple to deploy and manage No client applications Built right into the web-browser Video available on any machine with a webcam
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  • Groups Simple configuration by users Users can create and manage groups -- without help from IT Rich capabilities to customize groups IT can control access to some features Use groups everywhere Groups serve as email distribution lists Full searchable archive online for users Also useful for defining access controls on documents, sites, and videos
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  • Calendar Rich functionality Quickly add meetings and find available times and resources Sync to Blackberry, iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile Share calendars for easier collaboration Corporate calendars Team calendars Launch calendars Even external calendars
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  • Docs Essential editing capabilities Word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation capabilities Unique features like forms for spreadsheets and remote viewing of presentations Focused on collaboration Real time co-authoring built into all of the applications Control access to documents at user, group, and company levels
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  • Sites Simple creation of rich sites by users No knowledge of HTML required No need for admin assistance WYSIWYG editor Use templates to define default Site and page types Embed Docs, Calendars, Maps and other content Gadgets Lots of use cases Personal sites Team sites Project sites Department sites Even public sites
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  • Video Easy to upload and share YouTube-like interface for uploading Share with individuals, groups, or the whole company User can rate and comment on videos Variable speed play-back to save time Lots of use cases Internal messages Executive communications Internal training Team motivation
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  • Dramatically lower costs Source: Microsoft Online Services Business Value White Paper (Microsoft, 2009) Source: Should Your Email Live In The Cloud? (Ted Schadler, Forrester, 2009)
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  • "If you look at the total industry spend, most of it is on activities where there s no value added. Every dollar you spend on software from Microsoft, you spend $6 trying to get it to do anything."