Cloud Sherpas Adds Industry Veteran to Meet Increasing Demand for Google Apps in the Enterprise

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Cloud Sherpas, a leading Google Apps™ systems integrator and application developer, is pleased to announce the addition of Jeffrey Miller to its management team. Jeff will lead the professional services practice at Cloud Sherpas, driving successful deployments of Google Apps in enterprise accounts. Cloud Sherpas is also hosting a seminar on Thursday, August 13, focused on exploring the business and technical advantages of migrating a Lotus Notes/Domino infrastructure to Google Apps. The event will take place at the Google Atlanta office in conjunction with Ferris Research, BinaryTree and Google. Visit http://www.cloudsherpas.com/leaving-lotus to register for Leaving Lotus -- Making the Switch from Lotus Notes/Domino to Google Apps. And follow @cloudsherpas on twitter for updates on how you can participate in a live Q&A session via twitter with the panelists on the day of the event.

We are delighted that Jeff has joined the Cloud Sherpas team to focus on our Google Apps business

Cloud Sherpas, a leading Google Apps™ systems integrator and application developer, is pleased to announce the addition of Jeffrey Miller to its management team. Jeff will lead the professional services practice at Cloud Sherpas, driving successful deployments of Google Apps in enterprise accounts.

"We are delighted that Jeff has joined the Cloud Sherpas team to focus on our Google Apps business," said Michael Cohn, CEO of Cloud Sherpas. "His unique perspective on the business decisions facing CIO's today will drive tremendous value for our clients and the company as a whole."

Jeff brings over 15 years experience managing enterprise knowledge management and information collaboration technologies. Most recently, he successfully led the migration of over 30,000 Lotus Notes/Domino users to the cloud. Jeff led the design, implementation, operations and support of both the legacy on-premise Lotus infrastructure and the new cloud environment.

"I am extremely excited to join the Cloud Sherpas team," said Miller. "Google is ushering in a new era of enterprise information technology with Google Apps, and Cloud Sherpas is on the forefront of the ecosystem delivering exceptional customer service and a unique set of products that make Google Apps more valuable to enterprise customers."

One group of IT decision makers in particular is taking a closer look at Google's cloud computing solution. "It's no surprise enterprises running Lotus Notes/Domino are looking for alternatives," says Miller. "The cost savings and IT simplification benefits of Google Apps can't be ignored."

In response to market demand, Cloud Sherpas is hosting a seminar on Thursday, August 13, focused on exploring the business and technical advantages of migrating a Lotus Notes/Domino infrastructure to Google Apps. The event will take place at the Google Atlanta office in conjunction with Ferris Research, BinaryTree and Google.

Visit cloudsherpas.com/leaving-lotus to register for Leaving Lotus -- Making the Switch from Lotus Notes/Domino to Google Apps. And follow @cloudsherpas on twitter for updates on how you can participate in a live Q&A session via twitter with the panelists on the day of the event.

About Cloud Sherpas
Cloud Sherpas (http://www.cloudsherpas.com) is a cloud computing systems integrator and application developer. As a leading Google Enterprise partner, Cloud Sherpas helps organizations leverage Google Apps and Google App Engine to dramatically reduce IT expenses. The company delivers deployment, change management, support and development services to commercial, enterprise and educational institutions seeking to adopt cloud computing.

Cloud Sherpas is a Google Apps Authorized Reseller and enterprise deployment partner. The company also supports cloud computing solutions from EMC/Decho, TriCipher and other best-in-breed vendors.

Google, Google Apps and Google Apps Authorized Reseller are trademarks of Google Inc. Lotus, Notes and Domino are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.

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