An expanded partnership between identity and device management provider Okta and Google is intended to make it easier for large enterprises to securely deploy and manage Google Apps. Okta is also strengthening and extending its portfolio of identity-related products and services.
Small business is in the sights of Vodafone as it unveils a new range of flexible plans and an expanded portfolio of Ready Business Apps, featuring a selection of the what the telco calls the “world’s best” mobile business tools.
Sydney-based web hosting company, Crucial, has launched what it says is Australia’s first Managed Google Apps for Work.
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