|September 22, 2014|
|Google Enterprise Receives Name Change To Broaden Appeal|
|By Chris Crum|
Google announced the rebranding of Google Enterprise to "Google for Work," broadening the connotation of its workplace tools brand.
Over the years, Google has significantly increased the amount of tools and products it offers for businesses of all sizes, so this makes a great deal of sense.
Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt reflected on all of this in a blog post, and concluded that a rebranding was in order.
"Work today is very different from 10 years ago," he wrote. "Cloud computing, once a new idea, is abundantly available, and [...]
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Last month, Amazon introduced a new enterprise storage service called Amazon Zocalo. Until now, it has been in limited preview, but the company just announced its general availability.
Amazon previously described Zocalo as a "fully managed, secure enterprise storage and sharing service with strong administrative controls and feedback capabilities that improve user productivity." Here's a look:
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