Google charges for the web programs

February 22, 2007 4:59pm CST
Google has introduced a paid-for version of its web applications it hopes will be popular with small firms. The paid version adds more storage, phone help and guarantees of availability to the Gmail, calendar, word processing and messaging package. Industry analysts suggest the move is aimed squarely at Microsoft and its Office suite of programs. At the same time BT and Microsoft signed a deal to create a marketplace of web-based programs for small firms.what do you think? is this correct?discuss
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