As an avid user of Google Apps, I regularly recommend this service to clients as well as using it extensively across my various business interests. An announcement that I received today means that if it is something that you’ve even vaguely considered in the past, then I suggest you sign up for it as quickly as possible before the change comes in.

Google Apps is a really good way of sharing information, and collaborating on projects, including:
Messaging apps such as: Gmail, Google Talk, and Google Calendar;
Collaboration apps such as: Google Docs, Google Sites, and
even more Google applications including Google Reader, Blogger, Picasa Web Albums, AdWords and so-on

We recently announced upcoming changes to the maximum number of users for Google Apps. We want to let you know that, as a current customer, the changes will not affect you.

As of May 10, any organisation that signs up for a new account will be required to use the paid Google Apps for Business product in order to create more than 10 users. We honour our commitment to all existing customers and will allow you to add more than 10 users to your account for GJBEnterprises.com at no additional charge, based on the limit in place when you joined us.

At the moment Individuals, groups and entrepreneurs can get up to 50 custom accounts like you@example.com for free, however as in the announcement very soon that is going to come down to just 10 users.

So for your FREE Google Apps account with unlimited users just head over here very quickly: http://www.google.com/apps/ then click on the ‘Learn More’ button for Google Apps (not Google Apps for Business – that’s the paid version – you can always upgrade later) alternatively try this link: https://www.google.com/a/cpanel/domain/new

You need to have your own domain name, and be able to either manage the DNS, or simply ftp an html page that Google will give you to the root of the domain. – Need help? just call us on 0844-453-5591 and we’ll get you set up as quickly as we can , and before that important deadline.

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