Google Plans Store for Online Business Software

Google Plans Store for Online Business Software

In what’s being seen as a move to compete more directly with Microsoft, Google may open an app store targeted at business customers as early as March. The new site would feature third-party applications that integrate with Google Web services. For example, developers might sell products that enhance security or enable new features for Gmail or Google Docs.

Of course, Google already has a “solutions marketplace” and an “Android Marketplace” to offer apps to users. The new store would be similar, but specifically designed for enterprise users.

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