Google has announced that it has acquired cloudX, a startup based in Israel that is developing an IoT cloud platform.
The company is also developing an app that allows users to easily manage their data, and a cloud management tool that will allow businesses to easily migrate their existing data.
Google is also partnering with Micromix, an Israeli startup, to help build an IoT platform that will make it easy for the government to deploy cloud computing services in the Israeli government.
The cloudX platform will enable the government and private sector to seamlessly and securely deliver critical infrastructure infrastructure services.
Google has previously said it is looking to expand the number of cloud computing and analytics services it offers to the private sector.
It is also expected to begin offering cloud computing to government agencies by the end of the year.
Google recently acquired data analytics startup Datastore for $1.1 billion, and has announced plans to create a number of data analytics services for use by government agencies, including one that can be used to help track environmental incidents.
Google also announced a partnership with Datastores cloud computing service provider Datapip, with Datapips cloud analytics service that will be available on Google’s Android operating system starting in March 2019.
Google has also announced plans for cloud computing for businesses to provide analytics tools for their businesses and will integrate that into its new cloud platform, which will be launched later this year.