Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) having been successful on the search business is slowly becoming a heavy weight on the cloud storage with offerings it maintains are second to none in terms of quality service. Google is looking to tap into the growing need for cloud storage services having invested heavily on cloud infrastructure, according to Barak Regev head of cloud platform in the company.
During an interview on Bloomberg, Regev reiterated that Google has deployed huge amount of resources geared towards guaranteeing high levels of security for data stored in its servers, to the satisfaction of clients
“If you are a business think about the cool stuff that you can do on Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) platform. You can literary run any application any service do it very fast very efficient and enjoy the benefit of Google cloud in scale,” said Mr. Regev.
The need for Cloud storage services continues to gain pace in the wake of people yearning to have their data at the touch of a button. Instead of having to store them on memory sticks or laptops which are prone to get lost or damaged. Cyber security remains key according to Regev if customers are to be assured that their data remains safely stored in servers around the world although privacy concerns also continue to be a point of concern.
The scale of security that Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) can guarantee on data storage according to Regev is what is making many companies opt for it, instead of having to store data internally using traditional methods.
“Security has to be addressed, and when we look at security measures, you have to ask yourself in layman terms am I better protecting my money in the house or a financial institution. I think the same analogy goes for cloud computing as a whole,” said Mr. Regev
Future battles online are to be fought on the cloud with a number of companies offering a wide array of packages for data storage. Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) are some of the key players that are expected to give Google a run for its money in the space. Customers expected to go partners able to guarantee safe and easy access of data.
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