A sneak peek at Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)‘s offerings pertaining to its cloud services, more commonly called Google Drive, in the next two to three years may leave you breathless in terms of services that it promises to provide. Google Drive director, Scott Johnston, said on Fox Business that the company is aiming to provide all its 240 million users, who would swell to an even bigger number by then, with their virtual personal assistant.
” […] When you look at some of the things that we are working with Drive now is we are trying to anticipate your needs what Larry [Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s CEO Larry Page] calls suggest and assist. Basically instead of you having to ask a lot of questions, we are there, and when you are going to a meeting and we are telling you who you are meeting with, you know, where they just went on vacation and then what documents you should have for that meeting and then we are automatically sharing them with those folks for you […],” said Johnston.
Through its cloud services, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has simplified the use of software in the working environment, by resolving issues such as storage and enhancing the ability to jointly work on documents as well. The potential of communication and such is immense in the work space and different companies including Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) want to jump on this band wagon. Facebook has recently been claimed to be working at an office version of its social media platform.
Since Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has been operating in this sphere for a long time now, the tech giant has a huge edge against the new entrants, especially on account of its innovative and brilliant R&D team. It is not just the office environment that Google is revolutionizing with its products, the company is shaping our future in virtually every thinkable way.
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