Google Office aka Google Apps are "powerful" applications, and Google is delivering the "powerful" services to organizations "large and small," so declares the Official Google Blog today.
After all, "getting up and running is a snap," Google underscores.
Google does not seem to have been paying much attention to its own Google Apps Google Group (which is one of Google Apps users' many complaints aired there) SEE: Is Google Office really an enigma?
Why a glowing Google Apps self-report card today then? After all, Google is not so confident in Google Apps to turn on the "for fee" switch just yet.
A PC World "honor" motivated Google to tout its own Google Apps horn:
Just this week, PC World named Google Apps Premier Edition #1 on their list of The 100 Best Products of 2007.
We're honored to be recognized by PC World this way -- and are more inspired than ever to expand what's possible for groups of people to do using the power of the web.
However, just as Google does not seem to be paying much attention to what Google Apps users are really saying about Google Apps, Google does not seem to have paid attention to what PC World actually said about Google Apps!
How does PC World back-up its Google Apps is Number One claim?
By pointing to a February review by Harry McCracken which itemizes all the reasons organizations "aren't going to switch to Google Apps"!
Harry on Who Does NOT Need Google Apps:
Any company that's staffed by power users.
Any company that's using Microsoft Office apps that have no counterpart in Google Apps.
Companies that need true disconnected mobility.
Anyone who's proprietary about their data.
Right on, Harry! AND, Here are more reasons for Who Needs Google Apps!: