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The decision comes a few weeks after Yale University killed a project to move to Google Apps for Education over concerns about cloud computing and security. It may not be on the Business Week list of top schools, but the Daily Beast recently ranked Davis 17th on a list of the nation's top technology schools.
Educational customers can get Google's hosted applications services for free, while Google also works to court business customers who pay $50 per user per year for access to the service. It's one of Google's most strategic and potentially profitable projects as it looks for another long-term revenue stream besides search.