Monday, July 18, 2011

First Look: Google Plus Adds Much To Social Networking Mix [CRN]

I’m guessing this is not likely to be the Google+ team’s favorite review.  It’s also a weird comparison, since Notes is a fundamentally workspace-based tool, while Google+ is more of a messaging-centric micro-blogging service.

In other words: With Google Plus, Google has caught up to Lotus Notes.

Well, there are a few differences with Notes. First of all, Google Plus is free. Also, it’s Web-based (even the mobile app for the iPhone is a Web app.) But the biggest difference that Google could turn into a game-breaker is its integration of group video conferencing.

First Look: Google Plus Adds Much To Social Networking Mix

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