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Oliver Machwirth

Since the launch of Workplace in 2016, the core incentive was to give a tool to all employees to make them get the job done faster, connect people wherever they are in the organization from the shop floor to HQ, and collaborate with their teammates.

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The Corona virus has forced companies to look into ways to enable people to work from home. The challenge facing us all is enabling employees to continue to communicate and collaborate internally and with customers productively, without being able to meet physically in the same location.

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Expectations in the corporate world are changing and people expect to connect and communicate at work just as they are doing in their free time. A new mobile-first approach is needed for companies to meet the expectations of the workforce.

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More than a decade ago, Google introduced Gmail, the first cloud-native productivity app, to help make email safer and easier for everyone. Since then, Google pioneered more ways for teams to collaborate in real-time with products like Google Calendar, Docs, Drive and Hangouts. Together, these apps make up G Suite, a set of intelligent, secure productivity and collaboration tools.

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Google hosted its annual big cloud conference, Google Cloud Next, over at the Moscone center in San Francisco. Bringing what's new at Google Cloud to the world, from new enterprise capabilities and new ways of building apps that link people and data to harnessing the natural symbiosis of IoT, big data, and AI to do more, know more, and achieve more.

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