Google and the city of Los Angeles have hit a speed bump in the full implementation of Google Apps a MarketWatch report., and the costs of a delay could top $100,000--for Google. Google had a June 30 deadline to get all of Los Angeles' city employees up and , but that didn't happen, according to
The Los Angeles City Council was reportedly told that the costs of keeping employees on that old Novell system while the kinks are worked out could exceed $400,000, but Google says the costs will be closer to about $135,000 and that it will cover them. One of the key issues behind the delay: security concerns by the city's police department.
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