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Google Marketing Platform bridges gap between analytics & marketing
Google has bridged the gap between DoubleClick Digital Marketing and its Google Analytics 360 Suite through a single solution.
Google invests in massive subsea cable connecting U.S. and Europe
The tech giant has invested in a huge private subsea cable project across the Atlantic Ocean to expand its global cloud network.
Google Chrome launches new feature to block Spectre attacks
The next update to Google Chrome will bring new protections against web browser attacks such as Spectre.
Google's new Melbourne office a major boost for Victorian tech sector
Melbourne is now home to Google’s first Victorian office after officially opening its doors last week.
Canalys: Smart speaker installed base market to hit 2018 milestone
"These deployments are a major opportunity for the IT channel to develop solutions and provide technical skills and services that customers may lack.”
IDC - Who’s winning the smart speaker battle?
The hottest two categories, Smart Speakers and Video Entertainment products, are expected to represent 71% of the market in 2018.
AWS top of all four regional public cloud markets around the world
Leading not just at a global level but also at a regional level, AWS is top of the North America, EMEA, APAC, and Latin America markets.
IDC - Smartwatches to take the lead as Wearables market grows
The worldwide wearables market is forecast to ship 124.9 million units by the end of 2018, up 8.2% from the prior year.
Google’s Partner Interconnect service now generally available
Partner interconnect allows customers to link their on-premises resources to the GCP through a supported service provider.
What Facebook and Google can teach you about DC networking
Enterprises of any size can learn a thing or two from hyperscalers like Facebook and Google.
Google buys plot of land in NL, but will there be a data centre?
Google has purchased 70 hectares of land in Noord-Holland for an undisclosed amount but says it is keeping its options open.
Equinix, EBRC, EvoSwitch, & SAP Cloud ERP among 2018 Datacloud Awards' winners
Last night saw the 11th Datacloud Awards take place in Monaco with many companies and individuals gracing the stage - check out the full list here.
What role does AI have to play in the modern data centre?
Scale Computing's Jason Collier delves into the very hot topic of AI in data centres, including what organisations need to do moving forward.
Veritas adds SaaS solutions for G Suite and Office 365
The solutions aim to enhance data protection, backup and recovery, as well as data analysis and management for the environments.
Synergy reports record-breaking Q1 capex spend for big cloud providers
The capital expenditure (Capex) of hyperscale operators jumped to $27 billion in Q1, according to Synergy.
Google beats Amazon to first place in smart speaker war
Smart speakers continue to be the world’s fastest-growing consumer technology segment.
Big 5 fuel ‘staggering’ growth of capex in hyperscale data centres
Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook continue to balloon in the hyperscale data centre market with spending reaching an all-time high.
Google gears up to mark all HTTP pages as 'not secure'
From September 2018 Google will no longer display HTTPS pages as secure in its Chrome browser.
Is the internet getting safer?
Connecting our human selves to our digital identities is hard. How does your bank know it’s really you behind the browser opening a new account?
Google Drive to quietly morph into Google One over next few months
“One of the most common requests we’ve received is for storage plans to be sharable within a family.”
Google Cloud Platform opens a third zone in Singapore
The expansion of the Google Cloud Platform region in Singapore allows customers to distribute their apps and storage across multiple zones.
NEC brings AI to submarine cable networks
NEC announced that successful transmission tests that took place over a commercial subsea cable measuring more than 10,000 kilometers using AI.
Apple’s €850m Irish data centre project goes up in smoke
After fighting a seemingly never ending battle with campaigners, Apple has thrown its €850m Ireland data centre project into the ‘too hard basket’.
Equinix invests US$70m in its eleventh data center in Tokyo
Equinix is investing $70 million in a new data center in Tokyo.