"Google PR also told us that it doesn't consider this transistion to be the same as killing the service. "Now that there is essentially feature parity, we will be transitioning existing Postini customers over to the Apps infrastructure over the course of the next year and a half or so. Our goal is to make sure each customer makes a smooth transition from Postini to the Apps infrastructure, which offers similar functionality on a more scalable, reliable, and user-friendly platform. So, saying we're killing a service isn't quite accurate. It's more that we are consolidating the service onto the Apps infrastructure, where we'll continue offering similar features for the same price.""Google Plans To Kill Its Popular Postini Spam Filtering Service - Business Insider
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Google Plans To Kill Its Popular Postini Spam Filtering Service - Business Insider
A forced Google Apps march?