Google Apps Service Gets Out of Beta

It is been an intriguing query for years now. Google being the giant it is, they could never get of the beta tagging from all their applications, making people curious as to why such a huge concern has to stick to beta testers and not the ready form. While you might go looking for answers, the better option is to rejoice for the fact that Google Apps are out of beta tagging.


There wasn‘t much in the query anyway. It’s just that Google felt the application wasn’t ready for the whole public. The tag would now be removed of Google Apps services, including Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk and Google Docs.
Gtalk incidentally has borne the tag for the longest duration of five years.
Ever since the Google Apps suite have been introduced two years ago, Google offered a service level agreement, 24/7 support, and has met or exceeded all the other standards of non-beta software. It wasn‘t just fitting for more than 1.75 million large enterprises around the world, Google itself run their business on the Google Apps.
Great news eh?
[via GoogleBlog]