enterprise Stories June 13, 2016

GOOG: 718.36

-1.05

Over the past few months, Google has rolled out several new features powered by machine learning. Announced at an enterprise event today, Google Springboard allows users to search through Google Apps and acts as a day-to-day work assistant, providing “useful and actionable information and recommendations.” The company also announced a major revamp to Google Sites.

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enterprise Stories June 9, 2016

GOOG: 728.58

0.30

HTC announces Vive Business Edition w/ commercial licensing, bulk purchasing & support

One day after announcing availability of its Vive VR headset for consumers following a few delays, HTC today announced an enterprise edition of the product.

enterprise Stories March 31, 2016

GOOG: 744.95

-5.58

Google announces all-in-one Acer Chromebase for meetings and video conferencing

Chromebox for meetings were announced two years ago and introduced the constantly updating Chrome OS model to corporate video conferencing. Previous hardware included a Chromebox and a camera, but required companies to supply their own monitor. Today, Google is announcing a more complete package that features an all-in-one Acer Chromebase that runs the enterprise software.

enterprise Stories March 19, 2016

GOOG: 737.60

-0.18

Update: It appears Google has shut down the eBay listing.

Earlier this year, we told you across several exclusive reports that second-generation Glass hardware was in development, namely a variant of the device reworked with the enterprise in mind. Now, a couple months after getting our first look at FCC images of the device and later an official Google patent, we now have our first look at a unit in the wild via a new eBay listing

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

enterprise Stories January 4, 2016

GOOG: 741.84

-17.04

SEC filing: Google paid $380 million for Bebop and Diane Greene

In November of last year, Google announced they were combining their various cloud and enterprise products into one team headed by Diane Greene, the co-founder of VMWare. Greene was brought over after Google purchased her cloud platform startup Bebop for $380 million, as revealed in an SEC filing today.

enterprise Stories November 19, 2015

GOOG: 738.41

-1.59

Sundar Pichai has taken to the Google for Work blog today to announce that Diane Greene, co-founder of VMWare, is taking lead of a newly-organized group at Google that combines the company’s cloud businesses. Besides the obvious Google Cloud Platform, this move pulls in Google for Work and Google Apps to make one integrated team… expand full story

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