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  • Google operates one of the world’s biggest networks of computers. But its business of renting time on those computers to others—a concept known as cloud computing—lags far behind Inc. and others.In its latest effort to catch up, Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc., is turning to Diane Greene, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur who built VMware Inc. into a corporate-computing powerhouse. Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai is giving Ms. Greene unusual authority over the company’s cloud efforts, including oversight of engineering, sales, support and marketing.Her most important role at Google isn’t on the organization chart: teaching Google how to sell to companies. (WSJ)
  • Circle and KoalaSafe block sites, set time limits and keep tabs on your children’s devices
    New devices from Circle and KoalaSafe let you monitor and regulate Internet activity on any device in your home network. (WSJ)