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Agencies Migrating To E-mail In The Cloud

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Agencies Migrating To E-mail In The Cloud

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Agencies Migrating To E-mail In The Cloud

Agencies Migrating To E-mail In The Cloud

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In this week's All Tech Considered (embedded above), we discuss cloud computing — specifically, the way companies, government agencies and even the city of Los Angeles are migrating e-mail services to Web-based services like those offered by Google and Microsoft.

A few news pieces and information related to the segment:

Cloud computing can save costs, offer better security and data protection than in-house IT work, and can bring an organization more up-to-date, cutting-edge software, but is it appropriate for all companies and government agencies? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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