Los Angeles, CA, August 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Inverselogic, a leading software development and technology integration firm, has partnered with Google to Provide Google Apps Technology, a new service that will save clients money, time, increase work efficiency and improve online security. Google Apps is a customizable package of business applications including mail, calendar, team site creation, document collaboration, and video sharing. Watch the Quick Tour video.
With many businesses outsourcing their IT infrastructure in order to reduce their monthly overhead, the need for a robust and integrated application to handle all forms of communication was essential. At 1/3 the cost of competing solutions, Google Apps requires no special hardware or software and has a 99.9% uptime guarantee.
As one of the global leaders in Software as a Service, Google Apps has experienced accelerating adoption with over 3,000 businesses signing up daily and over 1 million companies already using this solution to improve their business with enhanced messaging and collaboration tools.
Companies are able to host their email, calendar and IM applications, making it easier for their employees to communicate efficiently. This application allows for 50 times more storage per user than the industry average, reduces clutter with effective spam filtering and automatic message threading, and can be accessed from any computer or mobile device, including Outlook and Blackberry interoperability.
Through Google Apps, Inverselogic can provide small and medium size businesses with a unique opportunity to work more efficiently save money and have the ability to access and work as a team on documents, in real-time, without the hassle of attachments.
Inverselogic and their expert team have the knowledge and resources readily available to implement Google Apps for you today. Contact Inverselogic for a free demonstration of this powerful tool.
Based in Los Angeles, Inverselogic (www.inverselogic.com) provides comprehensive corporate computing, networking, data communications, system security, and application development products and services to companies in both the private and public sectors. They help clients define and deploy new Internet strategies and solutions for specific business functions, such as process automation, human resources, electronic commerce and operations.