Yeah, it’s not going so well.
In fact, the migration is going sooooo slowly that Google is having to compensate L.A. around $135,000 for the delay. So, what’s the hold-up?
Well, apart from the fact that this is a local government organization–the poster-child of inefficiency–it appears the LAPD is the bottleneck:
…while over 10,000 city employees have now been switched over to Google, she hopes to have up to 6,000 more moved in mid-August. After that, Levin said, the city will focus on “a more detailed schedule” for getting the roughly 13,000 members of the police department switched over.
Apparently the police department is concerned about the security of Google Apps.
That snorting sound you hear is coming from Redmond. Microsoft lost out on this bid to Google, but I’m sure they’re enjoying this latest setback for Google’s enterprise strategy.