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Migrating 12,000+ employees to From Lotus Notes/Domino to Google Apps in 48 hours

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Migrating 12,000+ employees to Google Apps in 48 hours

In just 48 hours JohnsonDiversey, a $3.4B company, migrated 12,000 employees in 70+ countries from Lotus Notes/Domino to Google Apps. And, as a direct result increased employee productivity and streamlined IT operations.

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast to hear from the IT team at JohnsonDiversey. Learn why they chose Google Apps, how they made the quick switch and how it affected their bottom line.

Migrating 12,000+ employees from
Lotus Notes/Domino to Google Apps

Thursday September 17th, 2009
2:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM PT | 18:00 GMT

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Join this webcast to learn:

  • Pros and Cons of Google Apps compared to Lotus Notes/Domino
  • Why JohnsonDiversey chose a "big bang" roll-out
  • Key success factors for migration and deployment

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