The Google Mini is tailored for the thousands of small and medium-sized businesses that don't need or can't afford the more sophisticated products that the Mountain View, California-based company has been building for large companies during the past few years, said Dave Girouard, general manager of Google's enterprise search. Google says about 800 organizations have bought its search engine software so far. The budget model of Google's search engine, which comes fully loaded in a computer ready to be plugged into a network, will index about 50,000 documents. Google's larger search engine products scan anywhere from 150,000 to 15 million documents and cost from $32,000 to $500,000. While it caters to smaller companies, Google also has upgraded its search software for bigger organizations. The upgrades include the power to pore through the information stored on databases and more flexibility with computer security systems.