It's a story Google has been telling since the enterprise group began in 2004, but lately big companies have been listening and moving to Google Apps.
Well, today Google is making it even easier: They're launching Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook. It allows Gmail users to use Outlook as a client.
"One of the things we want to do was making it really easy for businesses to adopt Google," explained Girouard. "It's the Microsoft Outlook experience in the front, it's the Gmail experience in the back."
Bob Rudy, VP and CIO of Avago, calls this the last hurdle to letting go of Exchange.
More on this shortly.