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What’s Next for Google? March 21, 2008

Posted by Matsu in Business, Information Technology, Microsoft, Software, Technology, Web, Windows/Microsoft.
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Today I was catching up on some reading and came across this post by Robert Scoble. He said:

Several people have told me about an off line version of Gmail, coming soon. Other people say that Google, or a company working with Google, is going to come out with a new server that will let corporations replace their Exchange servers with ones made by Google.

Now, wouldn’t it be interesting if Google did in fact come out with an e-mail client to rival Microsoft’s Outlook or Outlook Express? And, to take that one step further, what would happen if Google did release a server that could replace Exchange servers allowing all existing Outlook and Entourage users to just continue using the same client software with the new server without ever knowing the difference? Obviously, that’s not something Microsoft wants to see, but it may  be coming.

The world of technology is always interesting and ever changing.

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1. prevent installation - March 21, 2008

Google doesn’t really “come out” with new stuff, they just buy it from someone else. If they wanted to compete with Outlook for example, they’d buy Mozilla Thunderbird or some other app. They buy like, 100 companies a year or something…. Their lawyers must stay busy.


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