A few months ago, we had the pleasure of connecting with Simon Jelley, GM and VP of Product Management at Veritas Technologies. We talked about Veritas’ commitment to customer-centricity, empowering people and increasing productivity. Simon returns with insights on keeping data secure in an era of remote work and how the acceleration to cloud opens new possibilities for collaboration.
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In a world where so much is going remote, I share the sentiments of so many others, who have found solace in today’s technology as a way to stay connected. It’s hard to believe that being able to stream and utilize the cloud on a mass scale, as we are today, seemed like a faraway fantasy as little as five years ago.
For many years, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has dominated the cloud computing space. More recently, Microsoft Azure has grown in size, offerings and popularity for cloud developers. But a “household name” contender is racing towards those top two positions—namely Google Cloud Platform (GCP)—and recent activities and investments are making headlines, further solidifying GCP as a cloud partner for all.