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Google Cloud to snap up LogMeIn’s Xively for US$50m
Google indicated in a recent blog post that it means to use Xively as its launch pad into the ballooning IoT market.
Google Cloud TPU machine learning accelerators now available in beta
Google has open-sourced a set of reference high-performance Cloud TPU model implementations.
Alibaba gives AWS, Microsoft and Google a run for their cloud money
New data from Synergy Research Group has solidified the world’s most dominant cloud providers as Amazon (AWS), Microsoft, Google – and Alibaba.
Expert paints picture of steady worldwide growth for colocation providers
The first half of 2017 alone saw $18.2 billion invested in mergers and acquisitions, up from $7.6 billion in all of 2016 and $6 billion in 2015.
Lawsuits & landmark deals: The fascinating relationship between Getty Images & Google
"Google is siphoning traffic and creating an environment where it can claim the profits from individuals’ creations as its own.”
Google to open second cloud data center in Japan
Google launched its first Cloud Region in Japan in 2016.
Fortinet’s virtual machine is now available on Google Cloud Platform
“The majority of organisations are leveraging cloud computing to accelerate their digital business strategies and growth."
'No evidence' to suggest user info was compromised by Grammarly flaw
Grammarly’s Firefox and Google Chrome browser plugins were both affected by the vulnerability.
Google ups EU investment to EUR 1b with new Belgium data centre and solar plant
Google has announced plans to continue its large investment in Europe with new data centre infrastructure planned for Belgium.
Google closes $1.1b HTC deal, makes room for new HTC teammates
Separately, Google will receive a non-exclusive license for HTC intellectual property (IP).
Google Cloud looking to hire local channel talent
Google Cloud has posted job listings for partner success managers in Australia and New Zealand indication further expansion into the region.
Google beefs up data center and subsea cable portfolio
Havfrue, which is the Danish word for mermaid, will be built by TE SubCom and is expected to come online by the end of 2019.
Is your business ready for mobile first indexing?
Mobile-first indexing means that Google will use the mobile version of your website for indexing.
Top Google researcher to speak at Auckland digital summit
Tomas Izo leads a Google team of engineers and scientists researching digital issues which contribute to a wide range of products.
Google fixes vulnerability in Apps Script - but SaaS is still at risk
Security firm Proofpoint recently discovered a vulnerability that allows attackers to take advantage of Google Apps Script.
Busy families rejoice! Yet another central hub for your smart home
The new Lenovo Smart Display comes with Google Assistant built into a full HD touchscreen display...
SaaS platforms - The new Wild West of malware
Proofpoint research has found Google Apps Script and normal document sharing capabilities built into Google Apps supports automatic malware downloads.
Intel processor vulnerabilities: What you need to know about Meltdown and Spectre
Desktops, laptops, and smartphones running on vulnerable processors can be exposed to unauthorized access and information theft.
CASE STUDY: Drive web traffic and engagement with a digital audit
Many resellers are still struggling with their digital presence with one of the most common frustrations being a poor SEO ranking.
Android's poor system update process is putting devices at risk
Singh says that even one year after Android 7.0 Nougat was released, only 17% of devices run the operating system. The statistics are poorer for 7.1.
6 key features of VMware’s new Pivotal Container Service
Aiming to simplify the deployment and operation of Kubernetes clusters, this Kubernetes solution is for service providers and enterprise.
Five core principles for developing AI for business
Kriti Sharma, Sage VP of bots and AI talks about the fundamentals of AI today and where it's headed in the future.
Huge tech leaders come together for open source licensing initiative
Red Hat, Facebook, Google and IBM have come together to promote greater fairness and predictability in license enforcement.
The Internet of Everything: Six ways you can prepare for the IoT job boom
According to recent forecasts by Gartner, more than 20.4 billion devices are expected to be connected by 2020.