Dozens of governments interested in Google Apps, Los Angeles CTO says

Government Technology

The cloud computing era could come sooner to the public sector than most observers expect, if Los Angeles Chief Technology Officer Randi Levin's phone bill rings true. In a recent sit-down interview with Government Technology in the City Hall offices of the Los Angeles Information Technology Agency, Levin revealed that her department has received 27 or 28 inquiries from California governments that are interested in Los Angeles' decision to transition all city employees to Google Apps -- the company's "hosted" productivity suite that includes Gmail.

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