Last year, Google supported the growth of the digital world once again by adding a new product to its range of impeccable data services on Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Google Cloud Dataproc solution is an intuitive service that helps tech professionals to manage the Hadoop framework or Spark data processing engine on fully-managed services like Cloud Dataflow, or virtual machine engines.
Here at Coolhead Tech, we've been helping companies to tap into the power and versatility of cloud infrastructure for almost a decade. Most people know us for our award winning G Suite Business Support. However, when you dig down into what we can really accomplish for the digitally-transforming IT department, you'll begin to discover that our secret weapon is really our in-depth expertise in big data and predictive analytics.
These days, it seems like everyone and their IT manager is talking about "big data". As a diverse and over-reaching subject in the world of technology and communications, big data is something that appeals to every avenue of IT, from the network admins that are trying to deliver more secure access to the right information, to the system admins trying to figure out how to store that info safely.
In only two decades, Google has transformed from an experiment in search engines conducted at Stanford University, to a fully-managed technology giant, packed full of cloud-based opportunities for those who want to take their business to the next level.
The rise of Artificial Intelligence is more significant than ever as we head into 2018. With a new year of technology evolutions to look forward to, system admins and IT developers are currently searching for new and improved ways to take advantage of everything from machine learning to customer analysis. The good news is that everyone's favorite search engine giant, Google, is here to help.
Blockchain technology might still be a reasonably "new" concept, but it's potential applications in the world of business are potentially astronomical. Already, some of the biggest tech players across the globe, like IBM, Microsoft, and Google, are betting on the Blockchain. In fact - some are even using the public cloud to offer blockchain as a service.
How much do you know about your business and your customers? Today, the more information you have, the more likely it is that you can create a sales experience for your customers that cultivates loyalty, inspires action, and delivers profits. Unfortunately, as the amount of information generated by businesses continues to reach astronomical levels, it simply isn't possible for companies to manually gather and analyze their data.
A growing number of CIOs know, containers can make life a lot easier when it comes to managing, packaging, and shipping code. Since containers provide the operating system, or OS required to run an application, they can save you a great deal of time and money compared to the costs associated with running virtual machines and servers.