Guy Creese is the Burton Group analyst who wrote the report on Google Apps in the Enterprise which I referred to in an earlier post.
I am a Guy Creese fan eversince he coined the term ‘SharePoint Train’ …
Guy also mentions other sources next to the InfoWorld article I highlighted.
More importantly the report is available through Burton Group (registration required) as highlighted in Guy’s blogpost. Enjoy …
My 55-page report on Google Apps, Premier Edition (Google Apps in the Enterprise: A Promotion-Enhancing or Career-Limiting Move for Enterprise Architects?) came out several days ago, and the press has decided it’s a newsworthy story. (You can get a free copy of the report here.) Interestingly, I came out with an equally in-depth report on SharePoint 2007 in January and that didn’t even elicit a yawn.
Articles about the Google Apps report include:
- Jon Brodkin, InfoWorld, “Google Apps no match for MS Office, report says”
- Rich Seeley, SearchWebServices.com, “Burton cautions architects on SaaS”
Blogs posts about it include:
- Mary Jo Foley, All About Microsoft, “A hasty move to Google Apps a ‘career-limiting move”
- Miguel Pires, CIO, “‘Deploy Google Apps, get fired’ article”
- John Soat, CIOs Uncensored, “Should CIOs Take Google Seriously?”
- TechDirt Blog, “Analyst: If You Want To Keep Your Job, Keep Using Microsoft Office”
Source: Google Apps, Premier Edition Report Out
Date originally published: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 14:57:01 GMT