Google Analytics: Approved by the U.S. Government!

- February 23, 2010

If you’re an avid reader of our Analytics and Site Intelligence blog, you know by now that Google Analytics is very powerful, extremely secure, and flexible for many different types of web sites, industries, and web applications.

Last week, Google Analytics added a new layer of protection and clout in the web analytics industry by being approved by the United States Government. The United States Federal General Services Administration (GSA) has listed Google Analytics on its apps.gov website, which contain a listing of government-approved cloud computing applications.

Privacy and security matters are a top priority for Google Analytics, and being approved as a cloud computing application by the U.S. Government is a symbol of that hard work and dedication by the Google Analytics team.

On the Google Analtyics Blog, Dr. Phil Mui, Senior Product Manager, wrote: “We are very proud of and humbled by this listing and excited by the potential opportunities to serve US federal agencies and help them monitor and improve their website experiences. We understand that working with US Federal agencies includes a responsibility to protect our users and we would like to take this opportunity to further explain how seriously Google Analytics takes data security and protecting data privacy for our users, as detailed in our Terms of Service.

This government approval makes MoreVisibility even more proud to offer a wide vareity of Google Analytics services to our clients, as well as being a Google Analtyics Authorized Consultant (GAAC).

Read the full article from the Google Analytics Blog here.

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