Google Apps at the enterprise level are about to get better security.
A Google spokesman said he company plans to enhance it apps with functions already offered by Postini, an email security company owned by Google. First to come will be an e-mail routing and filtering feature to alert recipients of group e-mails.
Computerworld reports, Google will incorporate message security and other features into apps used by companies and government agencies.
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