Finer-grained security using custom roles for Cloud IAM

By Rohit Khare, Product Manager and Pradeep Madhavarapu, Engineering Manager  IT security aims to ensure the right people have access to the right resources and use them in the right ways. Making sure those are the only things that can happen is the “principle of least privilege,” a cornerstone of enterprise security policy. Custom roles […]

Reach sports fans across screens with coordinated TV and digital campaigns

With the Big Game around the corner, brands will soon be debuting their highly anticipated 2018 TV spots. In recent years, we’ve seen marketers adopt a number of strategies across TV and digital to drive brand awareness around the event, from uploading their videos early to YouTube to promoting mobile apps and social hashtags in […]

Publish private apps to multiple organizations

Businesses using Google Mobile Management and other Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) providers can publish Android apps customized for their workplace directly to their managed Google Play store, where their employees can easily access and install them. In some cases, these customers have set up multiple “organizations” within their domain (e.g. to serve different regions, for […]

Resonance Audio: audio spaziale multipiattaforma scalabile

Pubblicato da Bhavik Singh, Product Manager Noi esseri umani ci affidiamo al suono per orientarci nell’ambiente circostante, per comunicare con gli altri e connetterci con ciò che sta accadendo intorno a noi. Mentre passeggiamo per una strada trafficata di città o quando ci troviamo a un concerto gremito di gente, riusciamo a percepire centinaia di […]

About the Keyword

Welcome to the Keyword — our new, central destination for the latest news updates and stories from inside Google. Google first began blogging back in 2004 — when mobile phones looked like this and before anyone had dreamed up Chrome, Android, or YouTube. Since then the company has changed a lot, and we’ve published thousands […]

Black Googler Network fuels inclusion at Google

On February 1 we kicked off Black History Month with a Doodle recognizing the remarkable life of Frederick Douglass and a new collection of Black history archives on the Cultural Institute. Googlers around the world have joined in the celebrations, hosting film screenings, spoken word performances, speaker series, and participating in community service. These efforts have been driven by the Black […]

Building an engineering team in Singapore

According to the UN, 300 million people came online for the first time last year. Put another way, in 2015, there were more people using the Internet for the first time than there were Americans using the Internet already. But the computing experience for most of these first-timers, coming online in places like India, Indonesia […]

On IDPD, working toward a more accessible and inclusive world

We believe in a world built for everyone, which is why we launched the global Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities earlier this year. The Impact Challenge is a initiative to invest $20 million in nonprofits who are using technology to make the world more accessible for the 1 billion people living with disabilities. Today, as part of the program, […]

Google’s look, evolved

Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we’re changing things up once again: Google, evolved So why are we doing this now? Once upon a time, Google was one destination that you reached from one device: a […]

G is for Google

As Sergey and I wrote in the original founders letter 11 years ago, “Google is not a conventional company. We do not intend to become one.” As part of that, we also said that you could expect us to make “smaller bets in areas that might seem very speculative or even strange when compared to […]