Sundar's voice appears to be getting a bit weak. He's sipping some tea during the video. Stay strong, Sundar! We're almost there.
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58% of Fortune 500 companies are using Google Drive, 72 of the top 100 universities. Makes sense, they offer a very comprehensive platform.
Drive for Work: Data will be encrypted in transit and on-server. Enhanced admin controls. Unlimited storage for $10 per user per month.
Google Drive has more than 190 million 30-day active users, up 85% from last year.
Grown more than 85 percent in the past year, he says.
Google Drive has more than 190m 30-day active users, says Sundar.
New editing feature to suggest edits, with easy review and accept.
You can handle a native word file in Google Docs, but save as a word file. "It works seamlessly," Sundar says.
No skydiving, though. It's way too foggy today.
We appear to have entered the catch-all portion of the keynote. Lots of random stuff coming at us fast and quick. Surely they have something fun saved for last, though, yeah?
Native Office editing will be built within Google Docs suite. It will open native Word files--no need to convert into a Google Docs file. Native Office editing will also include review and suggested changes.
You can now use QuickOffice's MS Office editing built into Google Docs
The similarity to Knox is apparent, but Sundar is being rather vague on the details. Remains to be seen exactly what kind of functionality will be offered. Can you disable your work phone at 6:30pm? Gosh I hope so.
Docs, slides, and sheets - another biz application of Google services.
Big shout out to Samsung for its Knox work. It's a new day at Google.
Shoutout to Samsung for contributing Knox, its mobile enterprise security suite, to L.
Data isolation for enterprise security, bulk deployment of apps, no app modification needed. coming to L, but also separately for non-L devices.
With L release, Google is adding set of APIs (for Ice Cream Sandwich and above) to isolate work and personal data, so employees don't need to carry around two phones.
Now if I could get iOS and Android on one phone... hooo boy.
Sundar talking about business BYOD and getting people to use "personal and corporate applications on the same device."
"No one wants to carry two phones around" -- not if they're two Android phones, anyway. I know lots of folks who like to carry iPhones and Android phones around.
Well, that's the beginning of the long-rumored integration of Android and Chrome.
This doesn't seem to be Chrome Apps, which were about getting Web apps on Android/iOS.
(Though it's worth noting that Seth is liveblogging from his. Props.)
Lots of great stuff coming to Chromebooks. Looks genuinely nice. Shame hardly anybody in this room is actually using one.
Pichai says Chromebook will be able to run ported Android applications. Demos with Evernote, Vine, and Flipboard.
Sundar previewing getting Android apps on Chromebooks.
More cross-device notifications, now coming to your Chromebook. Lots of people saying this is Google "stealing" functionality from Apple, but remember that Gmail has been showing these call notifications for some time now -- if you used Google Voice, at least.