In a Worcester Business Journal article about local businesses taking advantage of Google’s cloud-based office suite, a competitor to Microsoft Office, Ellen Keohane, director of Information Technology Services at the College of the Holy Cross, discussed the College’s recent migration to Google-based products.
“The first thing we considered was: Do we want to put Microsoft on site, or do we want to go to the cloud?” said Keohane. “We felt that if we put in Microsoft on site, within 10 years we’d be having this discussion again.”
This “Holy Cross in the News” item is by Sara Bovat ’14.
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