Published at LXer:
Sometimes I just get it plain old wrong. Yesterday's entry on using Google Apps as a risk management decision, and then to consult your internal legal team. Then as one reader pointed out, the idea was sound, but then I advocated using Drupal and Linux on any old shared environment. So basically, I advocated against Google Apps, and then said to do the same thing that Google Apps do, which is provide a shared collaborative environment that the company does not control by buying some 5 dollar a month hosting company. The reader was dead right, and I was dead wrong. Here's why.