Monday, 23 August 2010

Google Access from China

If you are looking for a good way to continue to use Google Apps as you travel in China then we have tested Access Any Website and it appears to work. Please click here to access.

The Web site owners suggests all blocked content can be accessed if you subscribe to their service. We suspect it is very simple what they have done. They have embedded a browser into a web page and that web site is outside China so therefore you are browsing outside of China.

For the few trips you may have to China and need access to various Google Applications this may be worth the few dollars they charge.

If you have an office in China then connecting an office is different to that of just traveling there and trying to pick up your emails. Let me know if you need help in that area.

Remember the status of Google applications available in China a published by Google at this Web Site:http://www.google.com/prc/report.html#hl=en

2 comments:

  1. Which business model do you think will work? Those that offer free access or those that offer free to premium (freemiums)?
    Microsoft should be getting worried about Google’s free stuff:
    http://bit.ly/bc6FBW

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  2. Open Source has been available for free for a long time now but it failed. We are no having Open Source companies charging and offering this as a service and making money now. So there is no free lunch. If you go with the free things expect loads of Google adverts in your face. Everything needs to be paid for.

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