Startups are the drivers of future business. Regardless of their geographic location, startups tend to bring in innovation and new products to the society. But, it’s definitely not an easy road, especially in terms of financial capital.
Almost every startup has budget constraints, so they’re forced to make certain cutbacks. A lot of these come in the areas of sales and marketing, and some of it in technology.
Google wants to change that. While it can’t provide much help in marketing and sales, it definitely is reaching out to companies to give them a solid technological platform needed to execute their ideas. In fact, one of Google’s strategy has [...]
Artificial intelligence, AI for short, is almost overtaking software to become the preferred technology for all operations. This is not a surprising trend because AI is the next generation of machines that come with the ability to learn and implement certain behavior without needing a constant intervention from humans. AI is becoming a reality sooner than we may have guessed, and Google wants to lead the way.
During the company’s annual conference, its CEO, Sundar Pichai, announced that the company will be releasing a new computer chip that can perform advanced machine learning and AI tasks. Called Cloud Tensor processing Unit, this chip is named after Google’s [...]
It’s a well know fact that the top players in cloud market are engaged in an aggressive pricing strategy to woo customers and to increase their overall market share. Out of the top names like AWS, Microsoft, IBM and Google, the one company that’s know for its deep price cuts is Google.
So, is it true that Google cuts its prices with an aim to increase the market share?
Apparently no, according to Tariq Shaukat, the president of customers at Google Cloud. In an interview to CNBC, he said that Google will never be involved in a price war because he believes that Google’s products offer a high value for its customers. So, there is no need to engage in a [...]
Cloud war is heating up, as the top player vie with each other to garner more market share and revenue in an ever-growing market environment. As more individuals and companies take to the cloud to make the most of what it has to offer, the top four players, namely Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, IBM and Google are competing with each other to offer the best services at the lowest possible rates.
The very idea of this cloud war is to ensure that one company stays on top of others when it comes to market share and revenue. Currently, AWS is the king as its revenue and market share is way more than that of Microsoft, IBM and Google. But that doesn’t mean that the [...]
Personalization has become a key aspect in today’s world. From a business perspective, the level of personalization that a particular tool or technology offers determines its usability, and in many ways, its popularity too.
No one understands this better than Google. In fact, Google is only company that probably knows everything about you, next to the NSA of course!
But the good side of it is Google uses this information that it collects about you to enhance the level of personalization it offers through its many free services.
If you’re wondering how Google makes its money, it’s simple. It collects information about you, gives you personalized [...]
Google has once again lowered the cost of its offerings to make it a more attractive option, when compared to Azure and AWS. Now, customers can get a whopping 57 percent discount when they commit to buying a certain amount of CPU cores and memory. However, the catch is customers should commit to a one-year or three-year contract to get this discount.
This offering from Google is similar to the Convertible Reserved Offering from AWS, that allows users to reserve a certain compute instance in the cloud, so that they can change the instance type they want in the future, but can still retain the cost and space. So far though, one of the major areas that differentiates Google from [...]