Google recently conducted a roundtable of in-house experts discussing how Google uniquely provides a secure platform for businesses to store their data online. Google experts tell the story of how Google invented innovative technology allowing them to keep their customers information and data safe from digital intruders. “Information security has become such a hot topic,”… Continue reading Google Talks Up Cloud Hosting and App Security
Fabian Schlup, a software engineer at Google offered an interesting recap of this years Google I/O which was held a couple weeks ago. You can read Fabian’s full post in the Google Developers Blog. Our summary of Google’s summary is as follows: 1. Rich cards Rich Cards are Google’s latest version of its enhanced mobile… Continue reading Recapping Google I/O Developer Conference Related To Search
Google announced the launch of analytics for Google Cast applications, enabling developers of such apps to see how many devices have access to them, how many sessions said devices initiate, and how long those sessions play media. This can all be accessed via the Google Cast Developer Console. Log in with a developer account, and… Continue reading Google Announces Launch of Analytics for Google Cast Applications
The Google Developers YouTube channel has a series called “Coffee with a Googler,” in which various Googlers share insights into various dev topics in a casual interview setting. The latest one focuses on what is one of Google’s newest mobile ranking signals – App Indexing.
Google announced the general availability of App Engine for Go, the cloud-native open source language aimed at solving large-scale compute issues. The company is removing the beta label on the offering and extending the App Engine Service Level Agreement and Deprecation Policy to it.
Google announced the real-time integration of third party log analytics service Logentries with Google Cloud Platform for “near real-time” log streaming and analysis. Cloud Platform customers, as a result, gain a new choice for log management and analytics including anomaly detection.
While in beta, Google has a new toolkit for mobile app developers called App Invites, which enables them to provide users with…you guessed it. They’re making it available to both Android and iOS app developers. Launch partners include UrbanSitter, Yummly, The CW, Coinbase and Picsart.
Back in 2011, Google launched Page Speed Service, an online service that automatically speeds up loading of your web pages. This was introduced after Google announced site speed as a ranking factor in its search results the year prior.