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Submission + - Google Apps goes premium

prostoalex writes: "Google Apps for Your Domain is going premium as custom 10 gig Gmail box, Google Calendar, GTalk instant messenger, Writely, Google Pages, Google Custom home page iGoogle and Google SpreadSheets for $50 a year per employee. CBS Marketwatch is calling it the "boldest move yet to challenge Microsoft Corp.'s flagship Office brand of business computer programs." The New York Times also provides some details on competitive pricing: "By comparison, businesses pay on average about $225 a person annually for Office and Exchange, the Microsoft server software typically used for corporate e-mail systems, in addition to the costs of in-house management, customer support and hardware, according to the market research firm Gartner.""

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