This excerpt, taken from Interop New York 2005 on December 13, features Google Enterprise's general manager Dave Girouard discussing how his company views the differing levels of employee access to corporate information.
By ZDNet Staff
| December 15, 2005 -- 17:33 GMT (09:33 PST)
| Topic: Data Centers
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