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Google's cloud chief just explained why Google changed the name of its work product again

Google Senior VP of Cloud Diane Greene is 40 weeks in to her stint as the ruler of the search giant's increasingly important enterprise software sales business, and she says that things are going great, except for one small thing. Greene and her entourage will go to customer meetings, she says, and "kind of blow them away" with what Google can offer them. That includes the Google Apps cloud productivity suite and the Google Cloud Platform, which lets companies of all shapes and sizes pay by the minute for functionally unlimited supercomputing power.
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