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Containers can now be stored privately in Google's Cloud Platform.

Taking advantage of Google's service as well as its ability to cache and quickly deploy regionally will be helpful to developers and organizations with a global user base. Network speed, I believe, is still Google's advantage over the other big providers.

Warning - still in beta, so proceed with caution!
Google Cloud users can now load up their private Docker container images into the search giant’s new Google Container Registry, which Google said Friday is now available in beta and the company noted “is not covered by any SLA or deprecation policy and may be subject to backward-incompatible changes.” If you are a Cloud customer,…
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And the winner runs on...+Google Cloud Platform, of course.
The competition was incredibly fierce at the inaugural TechCrunch Disrupt London. At the very beginning, there were 15 amazing companies presenting in front..
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This is exciting! Being able to standardize the Chrome experience across ALL platforms is something that will make the Chrome experience even better.
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Watch out for cats in your neighborhood!

"Connected Collar Lets Your Cat Do the War-Diving" http://feedly.com/e/bQ5itU55
MojoKid (1002251) writes "Security researcher Gene Bransfield, with the help of his wife's grandmother's cat, decided to see how many neighborhood WiFi access points he could map and potentially compromise. With a collar loaded with a Spark chip, a Wi-Fi module, a GPS module, and a battery, Coco the...
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Major Cuddles would have been good at this!
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This was a good article for those interested/concerned about how containerization works.

And since Google is built on this technology, you get a little insight into how Google manages things.
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A really interesting (and scary) article illustrating how difficult it can be to implement a truly secure network for even the most sophisticated organizations...
 
Hmm. "What the investigators found inside Nasdaq shocked them... Agents found the tracks of several different groups operating freely, some of which may have been in the exchange’s networks for years."
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Upgrade of old Google Sheets is (finally) on it's way.
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This was an interesting info graphic from The Economist, and a good article to explain the reasoning. Cloud computing is apparently in the trough of disillusionment. Makes sense - the hype has disappeared, the complex use cases are making solutions harder to realize, and the players in the market are decreasing.

On to enlightenment!
 
The manner in which innovation functions has emerged as a vital branch of scholarship http://econ.st/1wET0LD
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This makes suggested edits really powerful!
 
A few weeks ago we launched Suggested Edits (http://goo.gl/OHJaJw) in Google Docs--a way to make edits that can be accepted or rejected by the owner of the document.

We know that some of you work with people who still use Word, so today we’re making it easier to collaborate with them by mapping tracked changes in .docx files to Suggested Edits in Docs and vice versa.

Happy editing!
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At Google, ensuring the security of our users is a top priority, and we are constantly assessing how we can make our services even more secure. We recently received a report via our Vulnerability Reward Program of a security issue affecting a small subset of file types in Google Drive and have ...
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The new cloud platform CLI is great. And for windows users, native. I especially like the built in capability to run commands remotely.
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Help organizations move to the Google Cloud
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    Sr. Google Apps Migration Consultant, 5 - present
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    Corporate Director IT Operations, 5 - 2
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    IT Manager, San Francisco, 11 - 5
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Google Apps consultant in my professional and personal life! I love technology - the functional and fun of it.
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    BA Communications, 8
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