How far has Google Cloud come since it signalled its intention to be dead serious about cloud computing for enterprises? Edwin Yapp analyses the situation.
The world’s largest search giant, Google Inc, is in a hurry. A hurry to woo enterprises onto its cloud computing offering known as Google Cloud Platform. Edwin Yapp reports from Google's Next 17 conference in San Francisco.
After helming Google’s cloud division for over a year, Google Inc’s cloud chief Diane Greene declared that the search giant is more ready to serve enterprises than before.
Cloud computing is the new normal these days and not surprisingly, both vendor camps are vying for market share and column space in the media.
Cloud, telco spectrum, digitisation and artificial intelligence amongst the topics closest to Edwin Yapp’s mind in 2016
Google may have been the cloud pioneer, but in the enterprise space it is playing a catch-up game and really needs to be more forthcoming with information, argues Edwin Yapp.
It’s getting the edge customers to burnish its enterprise credentials, but Google will need to work harder to get more traditional organisations, Edwin Yapp reports from San Francisco.
At its first global cloud computing conference, Google is expected to lay out its plans for taking on the traditional cloud giants, Edwin Yapp reports from San Francisco.