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Google ramps up G Suite security console

Google recently announced a new security feature – OAuth apps whitelisting, for its G Suite customers. The feature will provide better visibility and power in hands of the customers, allowing them to define how their data is being used by third-party apps. Google added the feature into its G Suite security controls with an effort to improve the data access permissions and protect user data from any phishing attacks. A few months back, Gmail users were hit by a phishing scam, consisting an email claiming to be an invite for Google Docs. Though actually, it was a hideous act to prompt users to give access permissions to the third-party apps to use their personal data. With the new feature, Google tries to prevent such phishing attacks in future by ensuring better security level for the users...

ResellerClub Hosting Summit 2013 to Take Place at New Delhi, India on October 17th and 18th

ResellerClub Hosting Summit 2013  (RCHS), the 2nd edition of ResellerClub’s Hosting Conference, will take place at Hyatt Regency, Gurgaon, in New Delhi, India on 17th & 18th of October 2013. The registrations for the summit will open Mid-July. We want to make sure that we can truly expand ResellerClub Hosting Summit 2013  in terms of the diversity that exists within the audience because that’s really what exhibitors and audience would want,  to interact with their counterparts from other countries as well. – Shridhar Luthria, General Manager & Business Head,  ResellerClub. In an Interview with DailyHostNews a month back, Shridhar Luthria, General Manager & Business Head, ResellerClub said “There are three most essential aspects of any conference – the qu...

“.IN.NET Provides Businesses and Individuals With Good Quality Domain Names”- Neha Naik, .IN.NET

Internet in India is reaching small towns and the lower rungs of the economic ladder very rapidly, bridging geographical barriers and exposing consumers to the market more effectively than ever before. Brick-and-mortar stores can no longer be sufficient with the significant expansion in the variety of products available online. This growing digital influence, currently affecting $30 billion of urban consumer spending, makes getting online not an option but a necessity. However, most Indian businesses looking to get a website face a roadblock on the very first, and probably the most important step of getting online – unavailability of the domain name of their choice. With .COM mostly exhausted and .IN depleting fast, quality domain names are limited and SMBs have to settle for long si...

Google Launches World’s First TabletCafé in West Africa

Google has sponsored a cybercafe in West Africa to replace desktops with tablets. Named by Google as  TabletCafé, The Equinox cybercafé in Dakar, West Africa has its computers  replaced by 15 tablets, and made them available at  300 XOF an hour (about $0.60) – the same price as a regular cybercafe computer session. On starting a session on the tablet, the  customers will have a set of  popular applications and shortcuts to the most visited local websites ready for immediate use. They can also download any application of their choice. “We look forward to finding out as the project unfolds, and hope that people living in Dakar will stop by to try out something new,” said Google in an official blogpost. As evident in the pictures, the device can be used comfortably seated on...

Google Opens Up Compute Engine For Developers; Upgrades App Engine and Launches Google Cloud Datastore

Google today announced public availability of   Google Compute Engine, a  part of the Google Cloud Platform unveiled last year at Google I/O developer’s conference. The company has also completed ISO 27001:2005 international security certification for Compute Engine, Google App Engine, and Google Cloud Storage. Over the last year we have continued our focus on feature enhancement and developer experience. Our developers inspire us everyday, and we can’t wait to see what you build next. – Urs Hölzle, SVP, Google. Public Availability of  Compute Engine In a move  supposedly made to compete with  Amazon Web Services and its Elastic Compute Cloud in the cloud infrastructure market, Google has also added new features and significant upgrades to Compute Engine, including  by-the-minute cha...

Google Reader’s Death- Not the Wisest Move by Google!

Google is retiring Google Reader as a part of the overall pruning of its services. The doors of one of the most sought after services by Google will be closing on 1st July 2013, eight years after its birth. A company official cites the declining usage of the service and increasing popularity of Twitter as the major reasons for its planned retirement. For the uninitiated, Google Reader amasses feeds in RSS (or rich site summary) which is a format that creates stream from dynamic web content and provides people with the comfort and luxury of discovering the content and websites of interest and keep a tab over them. Many news aggregating services like Twitter are not as useful, as argued by many. It’s evident that the “social” aspects like Google+, Facebook etc. are being pushed u...

8 Findings on Google’s 7-Result SERPs [Study]

In August, Google began showing seven search results, rather than 10, for certain queries. SEOMoz recently published a series of insights on Google’s new 7-result SERPs, gleaned from data collected since Google rolled out the new layout. Among the most interesting conclusions: 7-result SERPs can actually become 14-result SERPs when Google blends local search results (in a pack of 7) with organic search results (also in a pack of 7). Rarely, images can comprise the first “result” which consume about as much vertical territory as four normal text-based results. On average, about one-fifth of all tracked queries (10,000 keywords) by SEOMoz yield 7-result SERPs. When the SERPs include a #1 listing with expanded sitelinks, it’s almost certain there will be 7 results on the first page. About 80 ...

BetterCloud Raises $5M From Flybridge Capital & other Partners To Float Google App Tools

 BetterCloud today announced a $5 million Series A round of financing led by David Aronoff of Flybridge Capital Partners, an early-stage firm that focuses on enterprise and consumer infrastructure investing with offices in New York City and Boston. Also participating in the round are New York based Greycroft Partners and TriBeCa Venture Partners with continued support from existing investors Bear Creek Capital and BLH Venture Partners. The Series A raise brings BetterCloud’s total funding to $7.2 million. We’re excited to have investors on board that understand the Google Apps ecosystem and believe in our vision of becoming the Norton Utilities for Google Apps. – David Politis,Founder and CEO, BetterCloud. BetterCloud is a provider of cloud management tools for Google App...

It’s Time to Signup For Google Fiber

Google, the search giant, made an announcement on Monday in relation to the registrations for its Google Fiber, a different kind of internet providing incredible speed.Company announced 2nd October the first registration deadline for Google Fiber,for the people living in Hanover Heights. However the deadline was revealed  previously but the remainder including when and where people could register themselves , is out now. [tube]A9v11qJTG8o[/tube] Rachel Hack, Community Manager, Google Fiber, posted on GoogleFiber blog for a few reminders on about how, when and where one can sign up for Google Fiber. Here goes the highlights from the blog post: As we approach our first Signup deadline (October 2nd for those of you who live in Hanover Heights), here are a few quick reminders about how, when a...

Happy BirthDay Google

Google, the search giant, founded in the month of September in 1998 turns 14 today. The company was established by two Stanford classmates Larry Page and Sergey Brin, fourteen years back. Google celebrates its birthday with a fascinating animated doodle. Today’s Google Doodle is an animated chocolate cake decorated with 14 candles placed over it of Google colours – green, yellow, blue and red. Moreover all the candles got lit up followed by Google letters. According to Google blogpost this week, “As Google turns 14 this month, we’re celebrating this creative spirit and officially launching Google for Entrepreneurs, the umbrella for our several dozen programs and partnerships around the world that support startups and entrepreneurs.” “To celebrate both our birthday and the spirit of e...

Google Self Driving cars Got Green Light In California

Google self driving cars are allowed to locomote on California’s roads as signed a SB1298 bill for the same. Google, Caltech and other organizations have been working to develop such vehicles, which use radar, video cameras and lasers to navigate on roads and stay safe in traffic without human assistance. Following Nevada and Florida, California is the third state to allow the self driving cars to run freely on the roads. The signing event was held at the Google complex in Mountain View, Calif, where engineers have been working on Driverless Car Concept for years and using them to commute to and from work. “We are looking at science fiction becoming reality in a self-driving car,” Brown said. “These vehicles have the potential to avoid accidents.… We can save lives, create jobs and reduce ...

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