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Google's Free Picasa Software

By pparks_2000 ·
Our helpdesk has had a number of requests from end users for the latest version on the Picasa Photo software distributed by Google. We downloaded a copy and have given it a brief look. From an organizational standpoint, it looks like a very helpful application. Is anyone using this app in their business to manage collections of digital photos? If so, why did you choose it over some other package (like Photoshop Album, ACD See, etc.)?

We are interested in getting the pro's and con's of this app and how it could fit into the enterprise.

Thanks.

Phil Parks

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We use Sharepoint

by NZ_Justice In reply to Google's Free Picasa Soft ...

If you are running windows server 2003 Windows Sharepoint services is a free application that is simple to learn and can manage digital photos efficently.

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We use Sharepoint

by NZ_Justice In reply to Google's Free Picasa Soft ...

If you are running windows server 2003 Windows Sharepoint services is a free application that is simple to learn and can manage digital photos efficently.

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I see...

by normhaga In reply to Google's Free Picasa Soft ...

two applications that make me squirm when I think about spyware.

What does Google get from developing software? Goodwill alone? Not hardly. Check your firewall logs, Picassa is sending data to Google. Perhaps harmless data, depending on your definition.

Sharepoint? Again, check your logs. Sharepoint contacts no less than six MS I.P.'s and is constantly pinging the Silverlight server.

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