Google recently announced Dedicated Interconnect, a new service that enables enterprise-level consumers to connect directly to Google Cloud Platform.
Google is sending Chromebooks to Microsoft resellers and customers in an attempt to get them to explore what Google has to offer.
In a recent update, Google’s Cloud Speech API received improved longform audio recognition, as well as the addition of 30 new language variants.
Google announced this week that they have added support for 37 new languages to Google Optimize, the firm’s website testing and optimization service, something that can be beneficial to teams that are spread across the globe.
Google has made several improvements to G-Suite that make it easier for organizations that use both Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange Server to integrate and maintain functionality across the two platforms.
Microsoft has announced today that they are acquiring Cloudyn, a company that specializes in managing and optimizing cloud usage
As we’ve seen before with Microsoft, Intel, and Apple, the EU is not shy about protecting competition. Now Google has learned this lesson as well.
Office 365 users and admins might not be familiar with appointment slots but as with most things G Suite, it is a well-implemented feature that can be mastered in minutes.
The next revolution in computing is around the corner and for Microsoft, if they miss this opportunity it stands to destabilize the entire company.
Google and Amazon both have their sights set on Office 365 as they hope to tap into the lucrative productivity software services that Microsoft has pioneered.
Google’s Jamboard will arrive in May for $4999 but the company is requiring that you pay an annual maintenance fee if you purchase the device.
Google is pushing its cloud agenda forward this week and is overhauling its support structure and offering new incentives.
For the fourth quarter of 2016, Amazon continued to dominate the cloud market by having more market share than Microsoft and Google combined.