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Hard on the heels of its disappointing earnings announcement. Google will no longer offer free Google Apps to businesses with more than 10 users. In an announcement posted on the Google Enterprise Blog, the company included the news in a post describing how it was making its apps “easier to adopt and manage” for small …

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  1. mafoo

    deadline

    It appears that anyone who wants the 50 free setup has until the 10th of May to set their google apps account up.

  2. Robert E A Harvey

    60 days

    So google will get paid on the day, while LargeCo will continue to pay all its SmallCo suppliers on 60, 90, 120 day T&C?

    Nice.

    1. a_been
      Unhappy

      Post as “a_been

      It's always been that way.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Or....

    ... Just use Open Office.

    1. Jim 48
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      More

      There's much more to Google Apps than "Documents", in fact that's probably the bit I use least.

  4. Bilgepipe
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    Hmm

    Welcome back, Larry.

  5. John Robson Silver badge
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    And charities / community groups?

    Will I still be able to throw up a cheap, easy, reliable, well featured service to support community groups?

    1. Richard Chirgwin (Written by Reg staff)

      Re: And charities / community groups?

      I think so ... the changes apply to businesses, not "not for profit" groups.

      Richard Chirgwin

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