Google has had a tenuous relationship with the government in the past, but this might turn around with help from an unlikely place — Wyoming.
Matt Mead, Wyoming governor, has partnered with Google to get the state’s 10,000 employees out of Microsoft Office and working in Google Apps. It’s a move that will save $1 million a year and prevent some headaches as well — no more software to update, no more compatibility or file format issues to worry about.
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