Building your own NAS can save you money in the long run compared to cloud services like Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive. Network Attached Storage (NAS) companies like Synology are attempting to push more consumers away from cloud...Show More Summary
Rohit Talreja - Technical Program Manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences Compliance, Google Cloud Platform Joe Corkery, MD - Head of Product, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Google Cloud At Google Cloud, we strive to create innovative and elegant solutions to help you address the unique challenges of your industries. Show More Summary
Google Unveils New Cloud Healthcare API to Address Healthcare Data Interoperability Google unveils their new Cloud Healthcare API, which addresses the significant interoperability challenges in healthcare data. The new API will provide...Show More Summary
This week at HIMSS18, Google unveiled their new Cloud Healthcare API, which addresses the significant interoperability challenges in healthcare data. The new API will provide a robust, scalable infrastructure solution to ingest and manage key healthcare data types—including HL7, FHIR and DICOM. Show More Summary
Google has announced early access to its Cloud Healthcare API which provides access to a solution for ingesting and managing key healthcare data types such as DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine), FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources), and HL7 v2 (Health Level Seven International).
When it comes to cloud services and software-as-a-service (SaaS), we're all familiar with the usual players. But there's a huge world of opportunity and available resources beyond Google, Dropbox, Salesforce, Amazon, and Microsoft.
Google Cloud’s goal for healthcare is very much a reflection of Google’s overall mission: to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Applying this mission to healthcare means using open standards to help enable data sharing and interactive collaboration, while also providing a secure platform. Show More Summary
By Pat Bruny, Program Manager, GCP User Trust Team Google Cloud continuously works to help our enterprise customers understand how we view regulatory compliance requirements within regions. We recently produced three whitepapers highlighting...Show More Summary
By Rachna Vargiya, Product Manager, Google Cloud Platform Billing As your organization uses more cloud resources, effective pricing and cost management are critical. We are delighted to announce the general availability of the CloudShow More Summary
It’s no secret, Apple has been relying on third-party cloud companies for iCloud. And CNBC spotted an interesting tidbit in Apple’s own documents. The company now relies on Amazon S3 and Google Cloud Platform’s storage product to store iCloud data. Back in 2016, CRN reported that Apple signed with Google for cloud storage. But Apple’s document represents the first… Read More
Spotify to Google Cloud Platform may become what Netflix was to Amazon Web Services: An all clear signal to enterprises to move more workloads to the cloud provider.
Hangouts Chat, Google’s take on modern workplace communication, is now generally available and is becoming a core part of G Suite. Hangouts Chat was first announced at Google Cloud Next 2017, together with Hangouts Meet. While Meet went right into public availability, though, Chat went into an invite-only preview. Now, Google is rolling Chat out to all G Suite users. Read More
On Tuesday, Google announced the general availability of a Cloud Billing Catalog API that offers real-time access to authoritative Google Cloud Platform (GCP) list pricing. The Cloud Billing Catalog API is part of the Google Cloud Billing API, which enables users of GCP to manage all of their billing programatically.
This week, McKinsey released a report titled “Making a secure transition to the public cloud,” the result of interviews with IT security experts at nearly 100 enterprises around the world. Leveraging the expertise of Google Cloud and...Show More Summary
Apple has recently updated its iOS Security Guide, which reveals the company has moved away from Amazon and Microsoft for iCloud infrastructure, and has moved to Google Cloud Services.
Ever wondered where Apple stores all your iCloud backups? Between photos, files, contacts, and other data for millions of customers, that’s a whole lot of storage space that the company would have to make room for and manage. Now, it’s confirmed that iCloud actually lives on Google Cloud servers. Show More Summary
iPhone maker Apple Inc. has confirmed in a newly released security document that it’s one of Google Inc.’s highest profile cloud customers. The document, first obtained by CNBC, shows that Apple began using Google’s cloud infrastructure sometime within the last 10 months, at the expense of Google’s main public cloud rivals, Amazon Web Services Inc. Show More Summary
Apple has confirmed that Google Cloud Platform is one of the third-party services that it relies on for storing encrypted iCloud account data, reports CNBC. While the Cupertino-based tech giant notes that information stored doesn’t include any user-identifying information, Apple made the disclosure in the latest version of its iOS Security Guide, which was updated […]
After some speculation, Apple has finally confirmed that it uses Google Cloud Services for iCloud storage. The admission was made in the company's most recent update to its iOS Security Guide, spotted by CNBC. The Security Guide has previously indicated that iCloud services relied on Google competitors Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Show More Summary
Buried deep in a document intended for developers and IT professionals, Apple has publicly acknowledged that it uses Google Cloud Platform. It's been widely known since 2016 that Apple uses both Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud to power its iCloud service. Show More Summary