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Roostify offers intelligent doc processing to any lender via API

Roostify Document Intelligence Service builds on the company's strategic partnership with Google Cloud.
Tags: Google, Technology, Azure, Radio, Aws, Mortgage, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Roostify, Rajesh Bhat, Lending DocAI, Roostify Document Intelligence Service

HLTH: Building on our commitments in health

Tonight kicked off the HLTH event in Boston that brings together leaders across health to discuss healthcare's most pressing problems and how we can tackle them to improve care delivery and outcomes.Over the past two years, the pandemic shined a light on the importance of our collective health — and the role the private sector, payers, healthcare delivery organizations, governments and public health play in keeping communities healthy. For us at Google, we saw Search, Maps and YouTube become cri...
Tags: Health, Google, Youtube, Boston, Fitbit, John Moore, Google health, Google Cloud, Health Equity, Karen DeSalvo, HLTH, Garth Graham, Care Studio, Ivor Horn, Dr. Karen DeSalvo, HLTH Google Health

10 things in tech you need to know today

SOPA Images / Getty Images Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. LinkedIn is shutting down its Chinese site. The company is sunsetting its local site after drawing criticism for censoring profiles with content considered offensive to the country's government. It will be replaced by InJobs, a job application site...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Elon Musk, Microsoft, San Francisco, Newsletter, Trends, Linkedin, Tech, Cisco, House, New York Times, Jeff Bezos, William Shatner

Using cloud technology for the good of the planet

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on our Google Cloud blog.Climate change is a global issue that is getting more urgent by the year, with the past decade recorded as the hottest since records began 140 years ago. The global IT infrastructure contributes to the global carbon footprint, with an estimated 1% of the global electricity consumption attributed to data centers alone.The good news is that companies are capable of changing course and taking action for the environment. T...
Tags: Google, Sweden, Sustainability, Eu, Stella Mccartney, Carrefour, Google Cloud, Data Centers and Infrastructure, Katie Brewis

10 things in tech you need to know today

Blue Origin Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. Blue Origin is sending William Shatner to space today. Barring any further delays, the 90-year-old actor will head to the edge of space on Blue Origin's second civilian flight. You can watch his 11-minute journey, starting at 9:30 a.m. ET, here.2. A former Apple ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, US, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Cnn, Tim Cook, William Shatner, Nlrb, Blue Origin

We analyzed 80 million ransomware samples – here’s what we learned

Leaders at organizations across the globe are witnessing the alarming rise of ransomware threats, leaving them with the sobering thought that an attack on their business may be not a matter of if, but when.The stakes are becoming higher. Hackers aren’t just demanding money, they’re threatening to reveal sensitive or valuable information if companies don’t pay up or if they contact law enforcement authorities. For example, if you run a healthcare organization, the impact can be even more dire - a...
Tags: Google, UK, Washington, Israel, Chromebooks, NIST, Google Cloud, Safety & Security, Vicente Diaz, Babuk Cerber Matsnu Congur Locky Teslacrypt Rkor, Chronicle Google Cloud, Google Cybersecurity Action Team

Google Cloud Will Now Show Its Users Their Carbon Footprint In the Cloud

Google Cloud today announced a new (and free) feature that will provide its users with custom carbon footprint reports that detail the carbon emissions their cloud usage generates. TechCrunch reports: "Customers can leverage this data for reporting as well as internal audits and carbon reduction efforts. Build in collaboration with customers like HSBC, L'Oreal and Atos, our carbon footprint reporting introduces a new level of transparency to support customers in meeting their climate goals," sai...
Tags: Google, Tech, Bennett, Google Cloud, Jenn Bennett, HSBC L Oreal, CTO Customers

Google Cloud will let you know how your workloads are damaging the environment

Google Cloud Next '21 brings Distributed Edge, emissions metrics, and a Cybersecurity Action Team Google is taking its cloud platform to the network's edge while aiming to arm customers with data about the damage their compute workloads are doing to the Earth's atmosphere.…
Tags: Google, Software, Google Cloud, Cybersecurity Action Team Google

Helping companies tackle climate change with Earth Engine

Recent wildfires, floods and other natural disasters remind us that everyone has to take action to move the needle on climate change — from scientists and researchers to governments at all levels and businesses of all sizes.Google Earth Engine combines satellite imagery and geospatial data with powerful computing to help people and organizations understand how the planet is changing, how human activity contributes to those changes and what actions they can take. Over the past decade, academics, ...
Tags: Google, Usa, Usda, Unilever, United States, Google Earth, U S Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service, David Johnson, Aral Sea, Google Earth Engine, Google Cloud, Earth Engine, Nithya Sowrirajan, Google Cloud Platform Organizations, NGIS

Reddit Names Its First Ever Chief Product Officer

Reddit named its first ever chief product officer, tapping Google Cloud vice president of product and design Pali Bhat. Bhat will report directly to CEO Steve Huffman and oversee product organization, leading the creation of tools and features to foster community on the platform. He spent more than 10 years at Google. In Bhat's most...
Tags: Google, Advertising, Reddit, Steve Huffman, Bhat, Google Cloud, Leadership & Talent, Social Pro Daily, Pali Bhat Bhat

10 things in tech you need to know today

Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. Facebook will 'nudge' teens from harmful content, company executive Nick Clegg said. The company is also set to tell teens to 'take a break' from Instagram, following scrutiny of its platforms. More on the changes here.2. Blue Origin is send...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Microsoft, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Eu, Nick Clegg, Mozilla, North Carolina, William Shatner, Elizabeth Holmes

Giving you more sustainable choices with Google

Climate change is no longer a distant threat — it’s increasingly local and personal. Around the world, wildfires, flooding and other extreme weather continue to affect our health, our economies and our future together on our planet. We need urgent and meaningful solutions to address this pressing challenge. That’s why last year we committed to bold action to run our data centers and campuses on 24/7 carbon-free energy by 2030. Companies aren’t the only ones asking what more we can do to help ...
Tags: Google, Europe, Maps, Israel, Sustainability, United Nations, Rio De Janeiro, Salesforce, Sundar Pichai, Google Nest, Google Cloud, A message from our CEO, Energy Shift, Google Flights Travel, Whirlpool Etsy HSBC Unilever

Are 15-minute mortgage loan approvals the future?

United Wholesale Mortgage says it developed automated document recognition and processing capabilities in-house that allow for an initial mortgage loan approval in minutes.
Tags: Technology, Cloud Computing, Radio, Aws, Paperless, Mortgage, Ai, Underwriting, Uwm, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Rocket Mortgage, Google Cloud, United Wholesale Mortgage, Mat Ishbia, Intelligent document processing

Building community and funding Black founders

One of the unspoken truths of entrepreneurship is that it can be extremely lonely. When COVID-19 hit last year, I saw firsthand how the founders in our programs were affected. Office closures kept their employees apart, event cancellations kept founders from connecting, and many needed to pivot their startups to keep businesses afloat. Since our mission is to level the playing field for underrepresented startup founders, I knew we would have to show up in a new way to ensure these founders did n...
Tags: Google, Africa, Entrepreneurs, United States, Black, Gerald, Google Cloud, Diversity and Inclusion, Jewel Burks, Tankee, Gerald Youngblood, Google for Startups Black Founders Fund, U S Black Founders Fund, Brazil Europe, Goodie Nation, Joey Womack

How this engineer's career break led her to Google

Welcome to the latest edition of “My Path to Google,” where we talk to Googlers, interns and alumni about how they got to Google, what their roles are like and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews.Today we spoke with Kiranmayi Bhamidimarri, a software engineer at our Bangalore office, who shares her story of joining Google after taking a year-and-a-half break from the workforce. What’s your role at Google?I am a software engineer for Google Cloud, where I work on Cloud Spanner – a dat...
Tags: Google, Googlers, Bangalore, Google Cloud, Carer, Life at Google, My Path to Google, Daphne Karpel, Kiranmayi Bhamidimarri

Our new animated series brings data centers to life

If you rely on the internet to search for the answer to a burning question, access work documents or stream your favorite TV show, you may have wondered how you can get the content you want so easily and quickly. You can thank a data center for that. Which may make you wonder: What exactly is a data center, and what is its purpose?Google’s Discovering Data Centers series of short animated videos has the answers. As host of this series, I invite you to join us and learn about these expansive, sup...
Tags: Google, Google Maps, Google Cloud, Data Centers and Infrastructure, Stephanie Wong

Our Grace Hopper subsea cable has landed in the UK

Last year, we announced a new subsea cable — named Grace Hopper after the computer science pioneer — that will run between the United States, the United Kingdom and Spain. The cable will improve the resilience of the Google network that underpins our consumer and enterprise products. The 16-fibre pair Google-funded cable will connect New York (United States) to Bude (United Kingdom) and Bilbao (Spain).Today, the Grace Hopper cable has landed in Bude, Cornwall. Many people around the world use Go...
Tags: Google, UK, France, Spain, Atlantic, Cornwall, Denmark, Madrid, Hopper, Grace Hopper, New York United States, United States the United Kingdom, Google Cloud, Dunant, Jayne Stowell, Bude United Kingdom

Driving success for Australian retail with digitalisation

In spite of the  significant disruption to the retail sector, we’ve seen firsthand how companies have accelerated their digital transformation journey to better differentiate themselves in a highly competitive market.In fact, the Google Cloud Retail Digital Pulse looked at the digital maturity across Australian retail and found the segment to be steadily advancing towards becoming more digitally resilient. The business sentiment is however still mixed and the market shows a split between those w...
Tags: Google, Australia, Australasia, David Jones, Looker, Sheridan, KPI, Hanes, Google Cloud, Sameer Dhingra, Google Cloud Retail Digital Pulse, Country Road Group

Big Tech salaries revealed: How much engineers, developers, and product managers make at companies including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Intel, Uber, IBM, and Salesforce

Business Insider analyzed salary data for workers at top tech companies. SrdjanPav/Getty Images Business Insider analyzed salary data for thousands of workers to reveal how much large tech companies pay. We crunched the numbers for companies including Airbnb, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Snap, and Uber. The data, which US companies report in visa applications for foreign workers, sheds light on how engineers, designers, and others are compensated in the competiti...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Transportation, Facebook, Uber, New York, Texas, Enterprise, Microsoft, California, US, Trends, Tech, Pay, Intel

T-Systems and Google Cloud building 'sovereign cloud services' for Germany

Sovereign according to Google's definition, that is Google Cloud and T-Systems are to create what the companies call a "sovereign cloud offering" for Germany, though details are sketchy and it may not be digital sovereignty as the term is normally understood.…
Tags: Google, Germany, Software, Google Cloud

The 30 companies engineering students in the US are most excited to work for

SpaceX founder and chief engineer Elon Musk reacts at a post-launch news conference to discuss the SpaceX Crew Dragon astronaut capsule in-flight abort test at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on January 19, 2020. Joe Skipper/Reuters Universum just published its annual ranking of the most attractive employers in the US. Looking at the results for engineering students, a high share of students named SpaceX as an ideal employer. Here are the 30 employers with the highest s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Spacex, Elon Musk, Microsoft, Washington, US, Trends, General Motors, Nike, Intel, Nasa, International Space Station, Shanghai, Ibm

Chevron, Delta Air Lines and Google team on SAF emissions data tracking

In California, Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through its Chevron Products Company division, Delta Air Lines, and Google announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to track sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) test batch emissions data using cloud-based technology.   Sustainable aviation fuel is produced from biofeedstocks that can reduce lifecycle carbon intensity significantly when compared to conventional jet fuel. The companies hope to create a common, more transparent model for analyzing potential gre...
Tags: Google, California, Delta, Chevron, SAF, Delta Air Lines, Google Cloud, Los Angeles International Airport LAX, Fuels, Chevron U S A Inc, Chevron Products Company, Chevron Delta Air Lines, El Segundo Refinery

The 15 best free or affordable online computer science courses, including options from Harvard, MIT, and Stanford

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. iStock; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Coursera and edX offer online computer science classes from top universities and companies. Below, you can find 15 affordable or free online computer science courses. Some of them offer paid certificates of completion to add to your LinkedIn profile or resume. Whether you're interested in software development, web applications, machine learning, or Cloud c...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Python, Education, Stanford, Trends, University of Edinburgh, Coursera, Online Learning, E-learning, Google Cloud Platform, TCP, Vanderbilt, Matlab, University at Buffalo, Harvard MIT

Google confirms it’s pulling the plug on Streams, its UK clinician support app

Google is infamous for spinning up products and killing them off, often in very short order. It’s an annoying enough habit when it’s stuff like messaging apps and games. But the tech giant’s ambitions stretch into many domains that touch human lives these days. Including, most directly, healthcare. And — it turns out — so does Google’s tendency to kill off products that its PR has previously touted as ‘life saving’. To wit: Following a recent reconfiguration of Google’s health efforts — reported...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Trust, US, Tech, NHS, Sam Smith, National Health Service, Fitbit, Loon, Sla, Deepmind, Nhs Trust, Alphabet Google, Hancock

ORG CHARTS: View the most important people and power structures at companies like Netflix, Google and Wells Fargo

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon sits at the top of the bank's org chart. Mike Blake/Reuters Org charts plot out the power structure at companies. Insider has been assembling these for the past year for companies like Netflix, Microsoft and JPMorgan, and we update them frequently. See more stories on Insider's business page. Organizational charts plot out the most powerful people at companies and the structure that links them together. Here's a summary of the ones our reporters h...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Intel, Netflix, Goldman Sachs, Salesforce, Jamie Dimon, Jason Kilar, Sundar Pichai, Marc Benioff, Wells Fargo, Citi, Reuters, Jpmorgan

Data science is one of the fastest growing fields. Here are 16 affordable online courses and certificate programs perfect for beginners.

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Platforms like edX, Coursera, and LinkedIn Learning offer free or affordable online data science courses. iStock; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Employees with data science or analysis skills are increasingly valuable in an evolving workforce. You can take online data science courses and certificate programs to advance your career. Below, you'll find 16 popular and relatively affordable options f...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Python, Codecademy, Microsoft, US, Trends, Linkedin, Mit, Harvard, Ibm, Coursera, Udacity, Sandiego, Google Cloud, LinkedIn Learning

The 30 young leaders, scientists, doctors, and entrepreneurs transforming the healthcare industry

Hello!Welcome to this weekly roundup of stories from Matt Turner, Insider's co-Editor in Chief of business. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.What we're going over today:A new generation of leaders is transforming the healthcare industry.Cloud software's time in the spotlight may be waning.Gap's sales are up - and the retailer is poised to cash in on its c...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, UK, Stanford, Trends, Kanye West, David, Harvard University, Columbia University, Gap, Travis Kalanick, Nielsen, North America, Jason Goldberg, Cornell University

Planet Labs and Google Cloud join forces in data analysis agreement

Satellite operator Planet Labs is beefing up its existing partnership with Google Cloud. Under a new agreement, Planet customers can use Google Cloud to store and process data, and access Google’s other products such as its data analytics warehouse BigQuery. The two companies’ collaboration stretches back to 2017, when Google sold its satellite imaging business, Terra Bella, to Planet. As part of the sale agreement, Google also signed a multi-year contract with Planet to license Earth-imaging fo...
Tags: Google, Space, Tech, Earth, Satellite Imagery, Aerospace, Planet, Blackrock, Marc Benioff, Data Analytics, SPAC, Google Cloud, Terra Bella, Planet Labs, Google Satellite, Satellite Constellation

Growing Cloud in the Middle East with Dina Amin

Welcome to the latest installment of our blog series “My Path to Google.” These are real stories from Googlers, interns and alumni highlighting how they got to Google, what their roles are like and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews.Today’s post is all about Dina Amin, the Head Of Cloud Marketing for the Middle East,Turkey and Africa. Dina is based out of our Dubai office, and has spent the past 15 years in the city after falling in love with it during a three-month stay. The Middle...
Tags: Google, Iraq, Middle East, Dubai, Jordan, Istanbul, Googlers, North Africa, Dina, Middle East Turkey, Google Cloud, dina Amin, Google in the Middle East, Life at Google, My Path to Google, Google Workspace

Google and Facebook's New Cable To Link Japan and Southeast Asia

Alphabet's Google and Facebook announced their participation in a new subsea cable system for 2024 set to improve internet connectivity across the Asia-Pacific region. Bloomberg: Dubbed Apricot, the infrastructure project will link Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Guam, the Philippines and Indonesia and help serve growing demand for broadband access and 5G wireless connectivity, Facebook said. In March, the company announced two new transpacific subsea cables connecting Singapore to the U.S. west coast...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Japan, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Tech, Bloomberg, Asia Pacific, Philippines, Facebook Read, Google Cloud, Japan Singapore Taiwan, U S west coast Bifrost

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