Google knows that if enterprises are going to move their critical services to its cloud, then it has to offer something that AWS doesn’t.

At Google Cloud Next, the company’s leadership made the case that Google Cloud was the most secure cloud.
At the conference this week, Google unveiled tools that would let IT teams provide granular access to applications, better manage encryption keys, and enforce stronger authentication mechanisms for applications running on Google Cloud. While some of the features, such as Key Management Service, is similar to the security tools AWS has already rolled out (in this case, the AWS Key Management Service), others, such as DLP API for GCP (Google Cloud Platform), go beyond the infrastructure to protect individual applications.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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