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Google Introduces Its New Subsidiary Firm Called ‘Google Public Sector’

Google launched a new subsidiary division called Google Public Sector today. The new unveiling will be the search giant’s third division after Cloud and YouTube.

The company says the purpose is to assist different American government institutions in progressing to new heights, adding a number of promising features that are sure to be worth your while.

The news was relayed by Google Cloud’s CEO who said the new division will function as nothing less than a subsidiary firm to Google LLC whose specialization would include Google Cloud technology. At the same time, CEO Thomas Kurian shed light on how users can expect tools from Workspace to also take part such as Google Docs and Gmail as well.

Meanwhile, Google Cloud would be covering various data with analytics, AI, and some tools to carry out machine learning as well. There will also be some cybersecurity tool offerings on the way as the company vouches to invest towards training as well.

Google hopes the new entity can help break stereotypes and make the process of digital transformations so much smoother while building on the customized needs of users simultaneously.

The main focus will most definitely be related to federal governments, local governments, as well as the state. Education is another sector where the company will lay due focus too, not to mention more security operations as well.

From diversified storage, computing skills, and networking, government agencies will most likely benefit from Google’s new venture as the subsidiary hopes to get on board with some more applications that give citizens the best readability benefits.

Google Public Sector will also have its own CEO and a new board of directors that will be aligned with various tech firms having government divisions in them.

As it is, Google has plenty of partnerships with government industries like the Veteran Affairs, Forest Service, Navy, Energy, and Postal Service amongst others.


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