Google Syncs to Active Directory/LDAP

Google seems to be slowly, gently knocking off the bogeymen that Corporate IT uses against it – one by one.  As if IT were being licked to death by kittens.

Google’s Enterprise Strategy May Be Solid After All

Google rolled out Google Apps Directory Sync, a tool that will let businesses sync the user account information in Google Apps with Microsoft Active Directory or Lotus Domino. Google says it’s using technology from Postini, security and compliance company Google acquired in 2007, to import information from users’ LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) systems, which includes mailing lists, groups, and user aliases, to a user’s Google Apps account.

Published in: on May 4, 2009 at 3:12 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Does anyone have a list of large Lotus Notes shops that are migrating to Google Apps?

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