University of Westminster rolls out Google Apps to more than 25,000 students

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University of Westminster rolls out Google Apps to more than 25,000 students

Antony Savvas

The University of Westminster is deploying the online Google Apps productivity suite to more than 25,000 students to save money and give students greater flexibility.

The university has a Microsoft-based productivity system for staff and will carry on using Microsoft Outlook for email.

With Google Apps, Westminster says it is responding to student demand for web-based tools that can be used on any device.

The Westminster-hosted roll-out of Google Apps is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

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