Monday, September 20, 2010

New About Google - 20 September 2010

  • Three million businesses have gone Google: celebrating growth, innovation and security

    September 19, 2010

    Today we’re hosting more than 300 CIOs and IT professionals from around the world in Paris at Google Atmosphere, our annual European event dedicated to cloud computing—web-based applications that are built on shared infrastructure and delivered through the browser. This year, the discussion at Atmosphere is focused on how companies can benefit from the breakthroughs in productivity and security that cloud-based applications are uniquely capable of delivering.

    This event also marks some major milestones:
    • As of today, more than 3 million businesses


  • Moving security beyond passwords

    September 19, 2010



    Entering your username and password on a standard website gives you access to everything from your email and bank accounts to your favorite social networking site. Your passwords possess a lot of power, so it's critical to keep them from falling into the wrong hands. Unfortunately, we often find that passwords are the weakest link in the security chain. Keeping track of many passwords is a pain, and unfortunately accounts are regularly compromised when passwords are too weak, are


  • 125 video shortlist announced today for YouTube Play

    September 19, 2010

    (Cross-posted from the YouTube Blog)

    The Guggenheim has spoken: the shortlist for YouTube Play. A Biennial of Creative Video is now going in front of the jury, and is available to view at youtube.com/play.

    It’s been a busy summer. More than 23,000 videos, from 91 countries across the world, were submitted for YouTube Play, and the Guggenheim has picked 125 to make up the shortlist.



    In there you’ll find submissions from students, video artists, photographers, filmmakers, composers, video game programmers, an American


  • 125 video shortlist announced today for Youtube Play

    September 19, 2010

    The Guggenheim has spoken: the shortlist for YouTube Play. A Biennial of Creative Video will now go in front of the jury, and is available to view at youtube.com/play.

    It’s been a busy summer. More than 23,000 videos, from 91 countries, were submitted for YouTube Play, and the Guggenheim has picked 125 to make up the shortlist.



    In there, you’ll find submissions from students, video artists, photographers, filmmakers, composers, video game programmers, an American Women’s Chess Champion, a comedy improv group, a Swedish rock band


  • President Clinton: The YouTube Interview

    September 19, 2010

    You asked, and he answered: see President Bill Clinton in our latest YouTube Interview on CitizenTube:



    Tomorrow, the former President launches his sixth annual Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York, where he’ll bring together CEO’s, philanthropists, nonprofits, and political leaders all in once place to make “commitments” to fund ideas and organizations who are tackling some of the world’s biggest problems. The focus areas of the meeting are empowering women and girls, market-based solutions to problems, access to


  • 5 Questions for Jackie Pyo, LG Brand Manager

    September 19, 2010

    The call went out. People responded. The gallery is up. Editors are editing. It’s Life in a Day, and who’s behind it? Well, you are, most importantly. Along with Ridley Scott and Kevin McDonald, of course. But the project has also been a unique sponsorship opportunity for LG, and when you’re a large brand with a plethora of sponsorship options, you want to stand behind something that reaches out and grabs people.

    The Life in a Day project is entirely based on capturing a single day on earth through the eyes of thousands of different

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