Google has announced that it has released a new tool for its business customers referred to as Google Cloud Search which will change users to search across its G Suite product. The service was made offered by the company before in a preview called Springboard.
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Brent VerWeyst, Product Manager at Google Cloud, said in a blog post, “As we continue to finance in new cloud-based technologies like machine learning to power our web search engine, we need to assist businesses harness an equivalent technology to go looking for internal data. Today, we’re announcing Google Cloud Search (formerly better-known as Springboard), a new product that uses machine intelligence to supply a unified search expertise across G Suite.”
Cloud Search has been intended keeping in mind the requirements of enormous firms, where people and teams would like access to many files. In addition to the present feature, the tool also offers directory service that permits users to seek out contact data of colleagues, and also read events and files that area unit common to them. While trying at the contact data within the search results, users can initiate writing a mail, or make a phone call or hangout.
Google Cloud Search, just like Google currently, has a card-style design that presents data to users, whatever be the device they access the search service from. The tool also highlights the data it thinks is vital to you with the assistance of machine intelligence. Additionally, the tool will show the recently accessed files, reminders for notes, meetings, and others.
Google has been focusing on the inclusion of machine learning in its productivity tools. The company has also revealed a number of features that are powered by machine learning which has a ‘Quick Access’ in Google Drive that might prompt that file would be required by a user before he or she begins writing. Google Cloud Search will be released for customers who are using the Enterprise and Business editions of the G Suite. The company has also expressed that it’ll