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State of Wyoming
In less than 9 months Wyoming moved 10,000 state employees over to Google Apps for Government, making it the first state in the country to go Google. Not only has Wyoming cut the cord and gone to cloud-based computing, allowing more mobility for and collaboration between employees, this is also the first time all of our employees have been on a shared email platform. This means greater efficiency and it will almost certainly lead to better service to the public.

South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control

With the mission to promote and protect the health of the public and the environment, DHEC recentlydecided to switch its 4,200 employees to Google Apps for Government. With security certification from the federal government, Google Apps gives DHEC peace of mind in adhering to its high security standards. Learn more.

State of New Mexico, Office of the Attorney General
Attorneys rely heavily on documents like pleadings, deposition transcripts, exhibits, briefs and other legal materials. In the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office, we have 120 attorneys and 200 full-time employees whose jobs revolve around documents. And it’s not just the attorneys. 
We began searching for something with ample inbox storage, easy backup and data redundancy and perhaps most importantly, a system that offered high security and reliability. Google Apps emerged as the clear alternative. Learn more.

Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks

Having used Microsoft Exchange for many years, and then switched to an open source solution for five years, KDWP decided to test a cloud-based solution to improve collaboration and efficiency. We picked Google Apps for its broad capabilities and simplicity to deploy and use. Now, people working from different locations are able to collaborate easily on the same document or spreadsheet. Learn more.