Google aims to show enterprises how to process logs from many sources and extract meaningful information by using Google Cloud Platform and Google Cloud Dataflow.
The Fedex.com site was down for several hours on Nov. 24, The root cause of site outage is identified only as a "technical issue."
The majority of participants are already using at least one public cloud and 83 percent expect public cloud spend to increase in the next 12 months.
The company also acquires enterprise app developer Bebop as part of effort to bolster its business cloud offerings.
Let's face it: Everybody uses at least one or more enterprise file sharing and sync (EFSS) consumer app, at least now and then. These include Dropbox, Angry Birds, Facebook, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Box, WhatsApp, Twitter, Skype or SugarSync. In fact, a lot of people use most of them for a combination of personal and business purposes. Interestingly enough, that list of popular cloud services is an exact match for a list of apps that represent the Top 10 that enterprises are likely to blacklist. While most of these applications are, in fact, excellent productivity tools, they are also in the public cloud. Private accounts in public cloud apps don't mesh well with managers of workers in enterprises and organizations in most business sectors, especially regulated ones, such as government, financial services, health care, scientific fields and the military. The security reasons are obvious, but the main problem for organizations is maintaining control of business documents, images and other data forms. This eWEEK slide show offers commentary from several professionals about 10 EFSS apps that enterprises are likely to blacklist. These are in no particular order.
Google unveils updates that include new Cloud Router and Subnetworks capabilities, as well as a partnership with Akamai.
The startup exits stealth mode with a new approach to enabling security in the cloud.
Google and CloudEndure are offering free data migration services to any business interested in transferring data from five or more servers to Google's Cloud Platform.
Big Blue welcomes five new partners to its federal cloud ecosystem and taps developers to build cloud apps for first responders.
In a surprising partnership between two competitors, Google's Web crawlers have begun indexing content in Facebook's mobile application.
Veritone expects to process millions of hours of audio and video content by collecting and processing content in the Microsoft Azure cloud.
The company says users of the Google app can now use more complex queries to conduct voice searches.
The partnership between Google and HomeAdvisor is designed to let users find approved home professionals and book appointments with them via Google Search.
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TouchSocial uses the TouchCommerce Invitation API to generate special URLs that are embedded in social posts. Users then can talk to a brand rep via text.