Cloud Round-Up, Thursday, March 22, 2018
We have a few critical stories to cover in this week’s Liftr News on LiftrNews.com. The Liftr Index recorded 14 new compliance measures added to Microsoft Azure’s website, leading to a spike in their security score. Public sentiment rose as a result in Azure. Google Cloud sentiment say a slight increase as well due to developments from the stories below.
Google announced new security features through Google Command Center for Google Cloud and G Suite. These new security measures will help combat cyber attacks. The features come in partnership with security vendors like Cloudflare, CrowdStrike, RedLock, Palo Alto Networks and Qualys.
Furthermore, a report from Bloomberg rumors Google to be working on Blockchain-based services to add to the Google Cloud Platform. As a result, if true, this could be another step to safeguard against corruption and bring services like a distributed digital ledger to the Google Cloud Platform.
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