Google launches Search Appliance in Kenya

Thursday 25 July 2013 | 11:57 CET | News
Google has launched in Kenya a tool that will help companies search for information stored in their computers for a fee. The Google Search Appliance (GSA) is a mounted device, providing document indexing service that enables firms to retrieve information stored in different locations such as desktops, intranets or archive servers. Google has been offering the service in developed markets since 2008 and in the Middle East. Kenya is the first market to have the device in Africa, and Google plans to introduce to other markets. Users will pay between USD 50,000 and USD 60,000 for the device and

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: Google
Countries: Kenya
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