One of the key messages out of Google Cloud Next last week: The company has gotten serious about serving enterprise customers in a way that meets their needs. A key component of that is a new set of support plans for customers of its cloud platform.
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Microsoft gave its Cortana app for iOS a facelift Friday, replacing its old black and blue aesthetic with a new look that puts the assistant’s key features at users’ fingertips.
Google is letting its customers get a taste of its cloud for free, without a time limited trial. The company quietly launched a new “Always Free” tier on Thursday that lets people use small amounts of its public cloud services without charge, beyond the company’s limited-time trial.
Google is making it possible for developers to bring their services into Gmail using new integrations called Add-ons.
Google is getting ready to put its smart whiteboard on sale. The company announced Thursday that the Jamboard, its big touchscreen that’s designed to serve as a digital collaboration space for business users, will be available in May.
Google announced Thursday that it’s launching three new data centers in California, Canada, and the Netherlands, in addition to a suite of pricing changes.
Google launched a bundle of big data features on Thursday, including one that's supposed to ease the preparation of data for machine learning applications.
Google’s Hangouts work chat and videoconferencing service is undergoing some major changes to better serve businesses. The company announced Thursday that it’s going after the work group chat market as well as the group videoconferencing market even harder than before by splitting Hangouts’s functions in two.
Google Drive users will be able to see all the files they have stored in the company’s cloud service on their desktop without downloading them, thanks to a new feature the company announced Thursday.
This startup wants to help people get a hold of their workplace communications with the power of AI.
Enterprises: Google wants you. That’s the message coming out of the first keynote address at the company’s Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco on Wednesday. The tech titan’s Cloud team really wants enterprises to know that it’s serious about serving their needs.
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Microsoft’s tools for developers hit another milestone Tuesday, when the company made Visual Studio 2017 generally available.
Microsoft’s entry into the modern workplace chat app market will be generally available in a week. The company announced Tuesday that it will be marking the occasion with a webcast to discuss what’s new since the service was announced last year.
Salesforce is getting into the computer vision business with a new tool that lets users easily train a custom machine learning based image recognition system.