Google

Online search engine Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) offers targeted search results based on a proprietary algorithm. Most revenue (from the search engine and subsidiaries YouTube and DoubleClick) is generated through sales of online advertising that is relevant to search results. Based in Mountain View, Calif., US.

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  • Google
  • IT Infrastructure & Operations
  • J. P. Gownder
  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Quick Take: Google Makes Glass Visible To The Enterprise

    Google's Embrace Of The Enterprise Market Will Unleash The Creative Forces Of Enterprise Applications

    Google has long showed off Google Glass for consumer use, but, on April 7, 2014, it explicitly shared the value that Google Glass holds for enterprise usage as well — and launched the Glass at...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Quick Take: Google's Smart Contact Lens Project

    Technological And Social Forces Will Drive A Long Tail Of Wearable Devices

    Google released information about its latest wearable computing project — smart contact lenses. While the offering might sound like science fiction, the technology is real, and it could have...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Predictions 2014: Mobility And Computing Technologies In The Age Of The Customer

    Six Meta-Trends That Will Influence How You Ensure That Employees Have Access To The Right Technology In 2014 And Beyond

    In 2013, infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals saw increased mobility and diversity in the technology that employees could use for their jobs get thrust into the forefront. In 2014, I&O...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Global Business And Consumer Tablet Forecast Update, 2013 To 2017

    Tablets Streak Beyond Mass Market Status To Become Must-Have Devices In Developed Nations

    Apple — the vendor that created the modern tablet market — has sold more than 140 million iPads since the device's launch in April 2010. Since then, the tablet market has grown into a...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:It's Time To Reconsider Chromebooks

    For Some Enterprises, Chromebooks Fill A Legitimate Computing Niche

    There's been a lot of negative press recently about Google Chromebooks claiming that, two years into their market availability, they're failing. However, while Chromebooks clearly aren't for every...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Orchestrating An Enterprise Tablet Strategy That Drives Business Value

    In A Fragmenting Device Market, I&O Professionals Must Guide The Tablet Journey

    Accustomed to a world where they controlled technology options, infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders now face a dizzying array of tablets and related devices making their way into the...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Navigating Diversity In Operating Systems And Browsers

    Heterogeneity Is Here — And Mobility Is Driving It Further

    Infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals face a splintered landscape of operating systems (OSes) and browsers, which complicates investment decisions tied to what they deploy and support for...

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  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Microsoft's Shrinking Window For Tablets

    Windows 8 Shows Promise, But Its Fifth-Mover Product Strategy Is Late

    Microsoft faces challenges in the tablet market due to its late entry. While Windows 8 looks like a promising product for tablet computing, its release won't come until sometime next year. Though...

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