06.06.2009 by Erin DaveGirouard, Google Enterprise unit president, told delegates at the Bank of America and Merrill Lynch … Google and EMC Compared. - Brand Promises: Google and EMC Compared. Brand Promises: Google and EMC Compared. ...
05.06.2009 [The Mac Observer] - Particle Debris (week ending 6/5) Bad Checks, Hulu Greed, and ...The Mac ObserverGoogle's enterprise president DaveGirouard had some interesting things to say about the popularity of Google apps in the business world. ...and more »
05.06.2009 [FierceCIO] - Microsoft Office vs. the other guysFierceCIOOf course, there is room for improvement with Google Docs, as admitted by DaveGirouard, who is the president of Google's Enterprise unit. ...and moreÂ Â»
05.06.2009 [FierceCIO] - In the meantime, Google will continue to enhance Gmail and Google Calendar, which are also based on its App Engine, hosted application development environment. The paid version of these offerings, Apps Premier, currently cost US$50 per user, per year. ...Google Apps is 'Profitable and Growing' Mediapost.comGoogle plans significant improvements to Docs suite The TimesGoogle Says Enterprise Business Is 'Profitable And Growing' Reutersall 30 news articles
09.06.2009 by email@example.com (Nick Eaton) DaveGirouard, president of Google Enterprises, told media the new Apps product offers to "let users choose their interface: a plug-in that syncs Outlook with Apps just like Outlook natively syncs with Exchange," Arrington wrote. ...
10.06.2009 by Dip Â As per DaveGirouard, president of Google's enterprise business, enterprise apps generate quite a significant amount as revenue every year and is growing. The essential features of the tool are: Synchronize outlook Calendar, contact and ...
02.06.2009 [GCN.com] - Google debuts powerful search applianceGCN.com... among billions of documents in dispersed intranets, data stores, languages or geographies,” said DaveGirouard, president of Google Enterprise. ...Google Search Appliance Indexes Internal DocumentsCIO TodayGoogle unveils Search Appliance 6.0CRN Australiaall 129 news articles »
Before launching Upstart, Dave was President of Google Enterprise, where he built the company's billion-dollar cloud apps business, leading a team across product development, sales, marketing, and customer support. Dave was previously SVP of products and marketing at Virage, a pioneer in video search technology and a Product Manager at Apple. In prior lives, Dave worked in software development and consulting with Accenture and Booz Allen. He is a non-executive Director at GoodData, a leader in cloud-based business intelligence.
How can cloud email and calendaring not only save $5 million but improve communication between staff? The City of Los Angeles CTO, Randi Levin, has embraced the next generation of IT services simultaneously cutting costs and enabling staff to access emails and calendars via web, mobile and desktop. Joined by DaveGirouard, President of Google Enterprise, Levin and Girouard answer questions posed by Tim O'Reilly about the unique challenges and opportunities of using 'the cloud' in government organisations.
The City of Los Angeles is leading one of the most exciting and potentially disruptive SaaS deployments within government. In choosing Google’s enterprise solution, CTO Randi Levin is embracing the next-generation of IT services.