New agreement brings together state government and Google Workspace

Brian Skinner State Government

WV Metro News — By MetroNews Staff — 

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Thousands of state employees in West Virginia will soon be using Google Workspace under a new, multi-year agreement with Google Cloud designed to make remote work in the coronavirus pandemic and beyond more efficient and secure.

In all, 22,000 state employees in the executive branch, those served through the West Virginia Office of Technology, will be utilizing document creation, chat, video conferencing and other services via the cloud-based Google Workspace once the transition is finished.

That process could take months. 

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