Google goes ‘all-in’ on enterprise cloud

SAN FRANCISCO — Google wants enterprises to know it’s in the cloud business for the long haul, 

The company yesterday demonstrated its commitment to cloud at the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) user conference with detailed technology demonstrations; ringing endorsements from technology leaders at Coca-Cola, Disney Interactive and Spotify; and an array of new cloud products for IT professionals and developers. Google’s top brass, including CEO Sundar Pichai, Chairman Eric Schmidt, and senior vice presidents Diane Greene and Urs Holzle, took the stage to detail the company’s dedication to the cloud, one of its fastest growing businesses. 

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Is a lack of enterprise apps killing BYOD?

As BYOD hangs on as an acceptable way to arm your employees with their own technology, companies need to make sure that employees can work seamlessly on those devices. One way to do that – and give employers some control of where their data goes – is through enterprise apps. 

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