Google has been doing lots of redistribution and consolidating at its headquarters as of late. The newest announcement out of Google HQ is that all of its cloud services are going to be combined under one unified umbrella. This means that Google for Work, Cloud Platform, and Google Apps will now be part of the same yet-to-be-named company. The goal of this consolidation is to bring the engineering, product-development, and marketing together for a streamlined service. Diane Greene, the founder and CEO of VMWare is expected to head the new company. Her move into a leadership position brings with it one of her other startups, Bebop, which helps build enterprise applications. This change will likely result in more end-user products with cloud functionality.
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