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By adding slides to presentations that already include documents, spreadsheets and a chat function, Quip Slides offers a single application that enables teams to better collaborate and get work done faster, Salesforce said.
DAILY VIDEO: Google releases details on its cloud data deletion process, and mobile carriers join together for the Project Verify authentication effort.
Seeking to avoid the loss of data triggered by natural disasters or cyber-threats, companies are more likely to incorporate the cloud into their backup/recovery plans.
With an increasing number of employees working from coffee shops, airports and home, and the cost of breaches increasing the security concerns created by perimeter-based VPNs, organizations are looking closer at alternatives such as SDPs, which use a zero-trust paradigm to overcome these issues.
The new whitepaper is part of an ongoing effort by Google to be more transparent about its cloud operations.
VIDEO: Gee Rittenhouse, SVP and GM of Cisco's Security Business Unit, discusses how his company is extending cyber-security capabilities across all aspects of the business.
Organizations can use it to organize and manage data pertaining to workloads running on Google, on-premises and third-party cloud environments, the company says.
Now available in pilot, Lightning Object Creator and Lightning Flow Builder do things like turn spreadsheets into apps, automate processes for customer or employee UX and add new layers to processes, such as accepting credit card payments or adding a video player.
Twistlock set up a honeypot with vulnerable applications to see what would happen and was quickly attacked by automated botnets looking to exploit unpatched vulnerabilities.
The four-phased approach is designed to quickly identify incidents, mitigate damage and restore services, the company says.
Google Cloud Access Transparency Logs give organizations a way to keep an eye on any access to their cloud data by Google engineers and administrators.
Voice UI is that big red “easy” button, as popularized by OfficeMax, and easy is always best. How are we going to handle the proliferation of chatbots, smart speakers and talking cars going forward?