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Search giant to reveal new cloud service

According to published reports, Google is rumored to launch an expansion to its cloud offerings with a business-focused virtual serving client at Google IO 2012.

A push into business-grade cloud services for Google could change the way that its clients approach web design and hosting, and could boost participation in other Google Apps programs like Gmail, Docs, and Drive.

It would as well preemptively square off the Mountain View-based web behemoth against Microsoft who is rumored to as well be working on a more robust cloud computing solution than it's current Windows Azure framework.

All three of these services currently perform anyway three basic functions for businesses: storage, hosting, and application serving.

Revamped App Engine with a wider base

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More information: Techradar