Tag: Thomas Kurian

Google has set a high target for its cloud computing business. It wants the unit to grow rapidly and surpass Microsoft in the global cloud market.

The Department of Justice has asked for more information on the planned Google-Looker deal to determine whether it could harm competition.

Google’s (GOOGL) cloud computing unit is beginning to look like a mini SAP (SAP). In the latest move, Google hired SAP veteran Brigette McInnis-Day.

Google’s cloud business is surging under Thomas Kurian. In July, it revealed that its cloud business makes an average of $8.0 billion in annual revenue.

Google (GOOGL) is the subject of several antitrust probes in the US. Could these probes weigh on Google’s cloud computing business?

In the last four months, Google has hired two executives from German enterprise software company SAP for its cloud computing business.

Google plans to shut down its cloud-based job recruitment tool, Hire by Google, next fall. HR departments use this tool to simplify the employment process.

In April, Google (GOOGL) unveiled Cloud for Retail, a package of cloud computing solutions specifically designed for retailers.