Sprint partners with Google to provide Google Apps for Business

Sprint partners with Google to provide Google Apps for Business

In a recent press release, US wireless carrier Sprint has revealed that it has teamed up with tech giant Google to provide Google Apps for Business. The partnership with Google will essentially make the Sprint network more attractive to business customers.

As a result of Sprint's team up with Google to provide Google Apps for Business, Sprint will get the ability to seamlessly support Google's cloud-based productivity solutions, with 24/7 online back-up.

According to the press release, Sprint will - from August onwards - provide full service and support to all of their employees. Along with full online support, Sprint will also offer online training, at no additional cost, for use of Google Apps on mobile devices.

The evident objective behind Sprint's initiative involving Google Apps for Business is to become a "one-stop shop for businesses." The carrier essentially aims to provide all of Google's cloud-based solutions with just one sign-on.

With regard o the Sprint-Google partnership, Mike Fitz - VP of business solution commercialization, Sprint Business - said: "Sprint offers a variety of mobile tools to accommodate multigenerational work styles within the workplace, helping people to boost productivity and collaborate from virtually anywhere. Google's versatile toolbox makes it simple for businesses large and small to integrate best-in-class, cloud-based solutions."

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