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  • How Google Maps APIs are fighting HIV in Kenya

    In 2015, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and mobile analytics solutions provider iVEDiX came together to create the HIV Situation Room, a mobile app designed to help fight the HIV epidemic in Kenya. The app uses Google Maps APIs to create a comprehensive picture of HIV prevention efforts, testing and treatment — and make this programmatic data accessib ...

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  • Google Cloud supports $3M in grant credits for the NSF BIGDATA program

    Google Cloud Platform (GCP) serves more than one billion end-users, and we continue to seek ways to give researchers access to these powerful tools. Through the National Science Foundation’s BIGDATA grants program, we're offering researchers $3M in Google Cloud Platform credits to use the same infrastructure, analytics and machine learning that we use to drive innovation at Google.

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  • Work hacks from G Suite: Make it automatic

    … in the way of the actual work you need to do. Whether you’re entering paper-form data into a spreadsheet or emailing back and forth for approvals, at some point, these manual workflows require a lot of upkeep, or worse, they break. Here are a few steps you can take to automate your day: 1. Think of a process to improve Look around your desk or inbox…

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  • Looking forward to Next ‘17: 8 G Suite sessions you don’t want to miss

    … We’re three weeks away from Google Cloud Next, one of the largest events Google has ever hosted. As we get ready to welcome you on March 8th, I’m reminded of how exciting it is to be in the cloud computing industry right now, helping shape how businesses will work together in the coming years. About six months have passed since we announced G…

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  • Looking forward to Next ‘17: 8 G Suite sessions you don’t want to miss

    … these G Suite additions and collect feedback to shape what we build in the future. I have the privilege to join some of Google’s top leaders on stage at Next, including Diane Greene, Sundar Pichai and Eric Schmidt. While I look forward to hearing my colleagues unpack the potential of cloud for businesses, I’m especially excited to hear from one…

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