back to article 'Enterprise' ends ten-year mission: Choc Factory's biz services now Google for Work

Google has celebrated ten years of selling services to businesses by dumping the name Google Enterprise in favor of the touchier, feelier Google for Work. "We never set out to create a traditional 'enterprise' business – we wanted to create a new way of doing work," said Google chairman Eric Schmidt in a blog post. "So the …

  1. graeme leggett

    Presumably they enable collaborative practices, so why not "Google for Workgroups"

    1. Bob Vistakin
      Happy

      And since people working on a computer are usually in an office, "Google for Office" would work well too - even perhaps differentiating the versions by the year resulting in "Google for Office 2015", etc.

      1. Dale Vile, Freeform Dynamics

        Google Office 2015 Work Edition? :-)

      2. Nigel The Pigeon

        And maybe it would be a neat idea to differentiate the customers that are using all of the services, from those that are using only a smaller subset or 'micro' version of the suite, resulting in "Micro- Google Office 2015"

        1. Bob Vistakin
          Devil

          @Nigel yes, and since they are using software we should ... ahh, your way ahead of me :-)

      3. Fungus Bob Silver badge

        "And since people working on a computer are usually in an office, "Google for Office" would work well too"

        I suggest a contraction: Google for Office ---> GoofOff

    2. Buzzword

      Since most of us use Google's services in multiple tabs, we could just call the product Tabs. There'd be Tabs 3.1, Tabs for Workgroups 3.11, etc.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    blah blah blah

    Personally, I can't wait for Google for Porn.

    Wait, there it is.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Google+Work = ???

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