Tagged With Google Cloud Platform

Wall Street's year in the public cloud: we tracked which big banks are starting to embrace using the tech


Here are 12 of the most important executives leading Google Cloud as it takes on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure


Google revealed that its cloud business is on run rate of more than $8 billion, and it plans to triple the size of its salesforce



Apple reportedly signed a $1.5 billion, 5-year deal with Amazon's cloud


Google Cloud is taking on Amazon by moving into retail, and it's a first step in new CEO Thomas Kurian's master plan


New Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian says he's borrowing from the Oracle playbook to help catch up to Amazon and Microsoft



'If you pick a favourite and you're wrong, you're fired': Banks are debating whether to take a single- or multi-cloud approach with Amazon, Microsoft, and Google


The cloud strategy that Microsoft is leading and that Google and Amazon are betting on is growing, report says


Google's new cloud boss just made his first acquisition


As expected, Google Cloud's head of AI will step aside and be replaced by Carnegie Mellon's Andrew Moore


Google showed off another human-sounding software bot and its famed scientist insists it won't kill jobs


Google Cloud will soon have a major new feature to better compete with Amazon and Microsoft



Google's Diane Greene announced a major win over Amazon: Target is using Google's cloud


Sundar Pichai strayed from Google's typical rhetoric as he touted the growth of Google Cloud


Google Cloud freaked developers out when it reportedly threatened to automatically and permanently lock up a company's critical app


DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Google targets hospital interoperability -- Lyft, Allscripts partner for medical transport -- Samsung Health gets diabetes program



Microsoft and Amazon struck a brilliant partnership to take on Google in the next big thing for cloud computing


Google has a new plan to make the entire internet faster


The insane crush on Pokemon Go servers was 50 times worse than anyone planned


Amazon and Google are admitting that Microsoft may be right about one thing