Google Cloud Stories January 28

Google’s current enterprise communications strategy is centered around Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet. A new report today reveals that Google Cloud is working on a unified messaging app for businesses.

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Google Cloud Stories January 24

Google today announced a multi-year strategic relationship with a big game developer that spans various parts of the company. Google Cloud will become Activision Blizzard’s preferred provider for game hosting as YouTube becomes the exclusive live eSports streaming partner.

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Google Cloud Stories January 15

Google Cloud offering personalized ‘Premium Support’ for enterprise

As Google Cloud tries to advance from its distant third position behind Microsoft and Amazon, there are a handful of common complaints about its offering, including ease of use. The division today announced Google Cloud Premium Support to offer an “updated support model that is proactive, unified, centered around the customer.”

Google Cloud Stories January 9

Google opens registration for Cloud Next ’20 in San Francisco

Next to I/O, Google’s other important yearly conference is Cloud Next. It has a larger audience by targeting enterprise executives and administrators in addition to developers. Google Cloud Next ’20 will be hosted from April 6-8 with registration now open.

Google Cloud Stories November 12, 2019

Following reports of “Project Nightingale” coming to light, Google Cloud last night published a blog post detailing its “partnership with Ascension.” One large aspect sees the health provider move data to the cloud, while another sees the two companies working on future technology to improve patient care.

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Google Cloud Stories November 7, 2019

Report: Alphabet’s cybersecurity startup Chronicle struggling inside Google Cloud

Early last year, X unveiled Chronicle as the moonshot lab’s latest graduate. Joining Alphabet, it was focused on cybersecurity and included VirusTotal. Back in June, it was folded into Google Cloud where it’s now apparently struggling.

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