Google to shut down Listen, Apps for Teams, Video for Business
| by Shunal Doke |
Internet search giant Google recently announced through a post on its blog that it is shutting down a few mobile and web services. “Over the past year, we’ve made changes to around 50 products, features and services—donating, merging and shutting things down so we can focus on the high-impact products that millions of people use, multiple times a day,” said Max Ibel, Director of Engineering. Google is axing Google Apps for Teams, Google Listen and Google Video for Business.
Google Apps for Teams was introduced in 2008 to allow people with a verified business or school email address to collaborate using non-email applications from Google, such as Google Docs, Google Calendar and Google Talk. Google has now realized that the service was not as useful for people as it had originally anticipated. Apps for Teams is scheduled to be phased out, beginning September 4 2012. Existing Google Apps for Teams accounts will be turned into personal Google Accounts. The change will not affect other editions of Google Apps.
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