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  1. 1. Google for Education At Google, our mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. We do this in business, education, and government, for people and for teams, and with work groups of all sizes everywhere in the world. Accessing, working with, and understanding information has never been more critical to education than it is today. As students and faculty continue to move and work around the world, on the web, and in the cloud, Google helps them harness the power of information through leading solutions, including universal search, web-based messaging and collaboration, security and archiving solutions, and mapping tools. Google Apps Education Edition Google Postini Services Free cloud-based communication and collaboration Hosted email security and archiving Google Apps gives your campus the power to securely create, Google’s security and compliance services, powered by Postini, share, communicate, and collaborate from any web browser. make your existing email and web infrastructure more secure, With Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Sites, and compliant, and productive. With a hosted security solution Google Video, Google brings collaboration to your existing that blocks spam, viruses, phishing, malware, and more systems without adding servers, software, or maintenance. before they reach your network, Postini services deliver Built for interoperability, Google Apps builds productivity confidence to your campus, no matter where your students across your campus and provides your students, staff, and staff work. Compatible with your current email and faculty with the accessibility, easy collaboration, and infrastructure, Google Postini services ensure ease maintenance-free updates that Google’s web-based and security without addtional software to install or solutions deliver. Google Apps Education Edition is free hardware to maintain. www.google.com/postini for educational institutions. www.google.com/a/edu Google Enterprise Search Google Earth & Maps Scalable solutions for document and data access Location mapping for private or public data Google’s Universal Search brings the Google.com experience Google Earth and Google Maps give you the ability to present to your school information. Familiar, fast, scalable search geographic information to your students, faculty, staff, and the lets students, staff, and faculty easily access information on public – both inside and outside the classroom. Whether you’re your school’s website, no matter how many pages it contains. For pointing to campus locations on your public website, showing intranets, the Google Search Appliance enables your users to find all of students map-based information as part of a history or geography the documents and data that they need, no matter where they study or work. lesson, or helping researchers solve complex location-based problems, With appliance-based and hosted products that scale to address search needs Google’s mapping technologies let you display location data in easy-to-use of all sizes, Google search integrates with existing systems and keeps information interactive maps. www.google.com/enterprise/maps and www.earth.google.com secure and accessible. www.google.com/enterprise/search
  2. 2. Case Study: Google Apps Case Study: Google Security and Compliance University of Notre Dame’s outdated email system was not living up to the reliability Fordham University’s email servers were being crushed under the growing volume of standards expected by the campus community, and no longer adequately supported spam, slowing email delivery to a halt and impacting performance and productivity for requirements for efficient, dependable communication. Furthermore, its functions their 30,000 students, faculty, and staff. They wanted a flexible solution that would not stopped at email – and the school wanted a solution for campus-wide calendaring require any onsite software or hardware, was easy to deploy, and required minimal ongoing and scheduling. Students were increasingly unsatisfied, and appealed to university maintenance for their small IT team. Google Apps security and compliance products, leadership for more communications functionality. By switching to Apps they were able powered by Postini, now enables Fordham University to focus on academics instead of to measurably upgrade their communication infrastructure and provide students with spam. Since implementing Google Message Filtering, the performance of their email sys- easy, effective tools like calendaring and document collaboration while cutting tem has greatly improved while lowering the number of calls to the university’s help desk expenses. After migrating their 15,000 students and 150,000 alumni they were able to by 99% and also reducing the amount of time IT staff spends monitoring and maintaining realize $1.5 million in savings, reduce calls to the campus help desk by 20%, and increase spam-related issues. Because Google Message Filtering requires no internal hardware or student satisfaction by 36%. software, Fordham’s IT staff has been able to focus on keeping its network and systems functioning properly rather than on fighting fires. “The wealth of tools that Google Apps offers, and Google’s ability to provide a cost- effective robust service, made us all wish we had chosen to move this direction sooner.” “The amount of time we spend with the Google service is almost non-existent. In fact, – Katie Rose it’s so effortless that we only occasionally need to log in to the administrative interface Program Manager for Enterprise Initiatives, Office of Information Technologies to make modifications.” University of Notre Dame –Jason Benedict Information Security Officer Fordham University Case Study: Google Enterprise Search Case Study: Google Earth and Maps Vanderbilt University needed to provide more relevant results for the growing number Researching ancient cultures and land from thousands of miles away can be difficult, of users of its website. While an existing solution had been in place, it just wasn’t meeting especially when working with 30 international researchers. The Digital Archaeological the requirement for greater relevancy as well as scale. In such a knowledge focused Atlas of the Holy Land (DAAHL) project – led by professors and researchers at ASU and institution, providing fast, relevant search results was an essential requirement of such an UCSD – solved this problem by using Google’s mapping products when creating their important public interface as the university website. Moreover, coverage was key; as part digital atlas of archaeological sites in Israel, Palestine, Jordan, southern Lebanon, Syria, of the vendor selection process, the Google Search Appliance (GSA) returned five times and the Sinai Peninsula. Using Google Maps and the Google Earth API, tens of thousands more documents than the next closest supplier. Within a short time of deploying the GSA, of recorded archaeological sites from the region – from remote prehistoric periods to the users were able to quickly access more relevant results. early 20th century – are entered into a comprehensive database along with site maps, photographs, and artifacts. Researchers and academics can access, search, and explore “The GSA has not only delivered results to our users that are both rapid and relevant, this data in 3D with a time-perspective, all enabled by Google Earth and Maps. but has also been an easy to configure solution with minimal impact on staffing”. –Melanie Moran “Archaeologists study the past by looking at human culture across space, time, and form. Head of Web Communications The DAAHL project uses Google Maps and Google Earth API interfaces to help.” Vanderbilt University –Stephen H. Savage, Director Geo-Archaeological Information Applications Lab IT Manager Arizona State University © Copyright 2009. Google is a trademark of Google Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated. ST34-0910

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