New updates on Chromebook for hybrid classrooms

BLOG New updates on Chromebook for hybrid classrooms Chromebooks have become the number-one device in education around the world because they are powerfully simple: opening a world of possibilities for every student and teacher, whether they’re at school, at home, or anywhere in between. As a result, Google is making changes...

Spaces create richer, more collaborative experience in hybrid work world

BLOG Spaces create richer, more collaborative experience in hybrid work world Over the last year, our collective understanding of work—where it takes place and how it gets done—has been transformed. As companies and organizations across the globe reimagine work, new challenges and opportunities are emerging. How do people working “somewhere else”...

Explainable AI 101

Explainable AI (XAI) is a set of tools and frameworks that can be used to help you understand how your machine learning models make decisions. This shouldn’t be confused with showing a complete step-by-step deconstruction of an AI model, which can be close to impossible if you’re attempting to...

Cloud Spanner 101

Cloud Spanner is the only enterprise-grade, globally-distributed, and strongly-consistent database service built for the cloud, specifically to combine the benefits of relational database structure with non-relational horizontal scale. It is a unique database that combines transactions, SQL queries, and relational structure with the scalability that you typically associate with...

Compute Engine 101

Compute Engine is a customizable compute service that lets you create and run virtual machines on Google’s infrastructure. You can create a Virtual Machine (VM) that fits your needs. Predefined machine types are pre-built and ready-to-go configurations of VMs with specific amounts of vCPU and memory to start running...

Bigtable vs BigQuery

Last week, we took a look at Cloud Bigtable. For those who know a thing or two about big data, you may wonder how is Bigtable different from BigQuery. While these two services have several similarities, including “Big” in their names, they support very different use cases in your...