The Impact of the Google Apps Marketplace
on the Success and Adoption of Google Apps
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White Paper Overview: The Impact of the Google Apps Marketplace on the Success and Adoption of Google Apps
- To optimize deployments of cloud technology, specifically Google Apps, organizations are turning to enterprise marketplaces like the Google Apps Marketplace to find highly integrated third-party solutions that enhance and extend functionality of the native Apps suite
- Third-party Marketplace applications, especially those with the deepest integrations, are seen as crucial to Apps administrators’ satisfaction with Google Apps and placement of the suite at the center of their IT infrastructure
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Overview: 2014 State of the Google Apps Ecosystem
Growing adoption of and satisfaction with Google Apps is placing the messaging and collaboration suite at the center of corporate IT. The 2014 State of the Google Apps Ecosystem report includes responses from 1,158 Google Apps administrators and end-users surveyed between December 2013 and January 2014 and reveals that Google Apps users are highly satisfied with the suite and see third-party applications as important players in the transition to the cloud. Moreover, the survey shows a willingness from end-users and IT administrators alike to spend their own funds on third-party products and the diminishing use of Microsoft Office.
- 89% of respondents are satisfied with Google Apps
- 33% of IT admins note that Marketplace apps were very important in their move to Google Apps
- 71% of IT admins would like to see more integration between third-party products & Google Apps
- 60% of respondents are willing to spend their own money to buy apps optimizing work productivity
- 60% of end-users are responsible for choosing the web applications they use at work
- 83% of respondents work in organizations that support BYOD
- 58% of IT admins are either no longer supporting or slowing the use of Microsoft Office