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One Degree Wednesday July 28 2021

Could Google Cloud’s Approach To Customer Support Help The Search Giant Beat Amazon?

efore the pandemic, The Home Depot started migrating its IT systems and customer service software from its own data centers to Google Cloud servers. As COVID hit, shoppers swarmed the home retailer’s websites, as DIY projects became the new “night out on the town.” Google Cloud provided the computing storage and power that enabled The Home Depot to meet that demand.

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Social Media Strategies That Are Reshaping the Fitness Industry

Staying healthy has never been more important. COVID-19 pushed many to pursue healthier habits and brought challenges with the way people work out. With gym access strictly limited for months, consumers needed to adapt if they wanted to accomplish their fitness goals. Social media has helped do just that by becoming a source of inspiration and motivation.

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iOS 14.7.1: Apple Issues Urgent iPhone Update With Important Security Fixes

Apple has just issued iOS 14.7.1—an urgent update that comes with an “important” security fix for an issue that is already being used by adversaries to attack iPhones.

FORBES

Digital advertising: what’s hot and what’s not?

Digital advertising is an important part of any integrated campaign, but with a media landscape that’s changing almost every day, it can be hard to keep up.

THE DRUM

Facebook Inc. FB-Q -1.25%decrease
has struck partnerships with three Canadian publishers, including The Globe and Mail, to expand a platform that sees the social network pay for news content.

GLOBE AND MAIL

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