x
ak22 3/30/2017 | 5:49:31 PM
Re: New year, new features and such They hsve a lot of ground to make up. Then again, if anyone can do it, it's Google.
[email protected] 3/15/2017 | 1:01:26 PM
Re: New year, new features and such Agreed in times of tight budgeting that is a huge waste and most importantly a grave miscalculation of needs. The savings are tremendous and the opportunity to impact other areas of the business with the saved resources.
kq4ym 3/15/2017 | 10:18:27 AM
Re: New year, new features and such Playing up the flexible pricing feature just may very well win over some, citing "Cloud users waste an average 45% of their spending on resources they bought," will be something that will certainly catch the attention of manager watching their budgets closely. Look for even more Google's cloud advantages cited in coming presentations I would say.
242ak 3/14/2017 | 11:10:34 AM
Re: New year, new features and such That's extraordinary! So not much less than half of all $$ on cloud is lying unused?
Ariella 3/14/2017 | 10:10:06 AM
Re: New year, new features and such <Cloud users waste an average 45% of their spending on resources they bought and can't use, he said.> That's a very significant chunk. It doesn't really fit with a lean business plan.
Michelle 3/11/2017 | 7:31:14 PM
New year, new features and such Great rundown of Next. I missed a lot of coverage of this year's event. It's really interesting to watch Google compete. I'm surprised it's taken so long to add some of the enterprise features announces, however. 
HOME
SIGN IN
SEARCH
CLOSE
MORE
CLOSE