According to a post on Neowin by Brandon Boyce, entitled University of California ditches GMail:
Last week the University of California CIO, Peter Siegel, and several IT council members sent a letter to staff that they have decided to end their GMail pilot. The goal was to make GMail the primary mail system for the 30,000 faculty and staff at the University. But the faculty expressed doubt that Google could keep their correspondences private. [Read More]
In light of the growing privacy concerns over Google is this really a great time to be locking ourselves into a long term contract with them? Could this “free” service cost us more than we should be willing to pay?