Monthly Archives: November 2009

Power of Collaboration – gaining competitive leverage in business

Collaboration(*) everyone is talking about it – but who is really doing it? ANS: huge organizations  whom you’d think could afford to do anything on their own.  Yet they are smart enough to know it’s better to leverage by partnering … Continue reading

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Difference between – Google / iGoogle / Google Apps

Do you sometimes get confused regarding what value each of Google’s main offerings has to you?  Well don’t feel bad if you do, you are not alone. As experienced Google Apps providers and developers we’re often asked by people – … Continue reading

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CSU + Google + Philosophy = Many Saved Dollars

CSU (Colorado State University – Fort Collins, CO) of which I am an alum, is a long established institution, soon to reach the 150 years in existence mark.  Today with over 22,000 students, a Carnegie Class I research institution, 8 … Continue reading

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