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  • WWF and Google Apps: A collaboration case study

    White Papers // Jul 2011 // provided by Google

    With international conservation and research projects ongoing around the globe, not-for-profit organisation WWF needed a better IT system than one internally described as "ordered chaos". This case study outlines the charity's approach and implementation of Google Apps, offering best practice insights and recommendations for adopters.

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  • Public Vs. Publicized: Content Use Trends and Privacy Expectations

    White Papers // Jun 2011 // provided by Google

    From a semantic standpoint, there is a clear differentiation between the meanings of public and publicized con-tent. The former includes any content that is accessible by anyone, while the latter emphasizes visibility - publicized content is actively made available. As a user's on-line experience becomes more personalized and data is ...

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  • Google: Security strategy for Google Apps in 10 points

    White Papers // Jun 2011 // provided by Google

    Millions of organisations, including Google, run their businesses on Google Apps. From Gmail to Google Calendar to Google Docs, security is a key component of the company's cloud-based products. Google's security vision is formed around a multi-layered strategy that provides controls at multiple levels of data storage, access and transfer, ...

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  • Google Apps cost benefits: An ROI analysis

    White Papers // Jun 2011 // provided by Google

    What is the economic impact for enterprises adopting Google Apps? In a series of in-depth interviews and a broader survey conducted by Forrester, Google identified several key takeaways for organisations migrating to a cloud-based messaging and collaboration environment. Read the analysis of the potential financial impact of switching from legacy ...

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  • Probabilistic Distance-Based Arbitration: Providing Equality of Service for Many-Core CMPs

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Google

    Emerging many-core Chip Multi-Processors (CMP) will integrate dozens of small processing cores with an on-chip interconnect consisting of point-to-point links. The interconnect enables the processing cores to not only communicate, but to share common resources such as main memory resources and I/O controllers. In this paper, the authors propose an ...

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