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  • Google scolds businesses for citing security as a reason not to use cloud

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  • Google ATAP (Advanced Technologies and Products)

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  • Google builds energy-efficient datacentre in US coal power plant

    Internet giant Google has said it intends to use a decommissioned coal power plant's infrastructure to deliver renewable energy to its next US datacentre

    CDonnelly460 pointsBadges:
  • Android for Work arrives without Knox technology

    Google went the container route with Android for Work for enhanced enterprise management, but left out Samsung Knox.

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  • Skype vs. Google Voice: Feature-by-feature showdown

    Two companies are competing to rule the free-VoIP market. This chart offers a feature-by-feature comparative look at Skype vs. Google Voice.

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  • Salesforce teams up with Google and others to breakdown big data tech barriers

    Cloud CRM giant teams up with Google, Cloudera and Hortonworks to help businesses make better sense of big data

    CDonnelly460 pointsBadges:
  • Google, Microsoft and Apple data center projects use renewable energy

    Hyperscale data centers -- owned by Google, Apple and Microsoft -- are attacking high energy costs with renewable power generation on-site.

    PKorzen555 pointsBadges:
  • In first Android Security Report, Google cites drop in Android malware

    Google's first Android Security Report claims that malware on the platform was found on fewer than 1% of devices in 2014, but experts question if the ecosystem is really as safe as it has ever been.

    mheller800 pointsBadges:
  • Azure vs. Google: Finding your cloud vendor fit

    Amazon Web Services is the clear cloud market leader, but Microsoft Azure and Google have their advantages. Which cloud provider is right for you?

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