Google Looks to Resellers for Its Apps

From DailyTech: Microsoft is well known for many things, most notably its Windows operating systems that are used by the majority of PCs on the planet. The massive software firm is also known for its very popular Microsoft Office productivity suite.

Google launched a competing productivity suite called Google Apps a while back in hopes of competing with Microsoft Office. The main difference between the Microsoft and Google offerings was that consumers could get free versions of Google Apps and Google's offering is web based rather than being software you buy and install on your local PC.

Google has announced that it is looking to better compete with Office by seeking out third-party resellers to sell its Apps to corporations. Since the launch of Google Apps in 2007, sales of the software have been direct to business over the Internet.

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