Looking forward to Next ‘17: 8 G Suite sessions you don’t want to miss

We’re three weeks away from Google Cloud Next, one of the largest events Google has ever hosted. As we get ready to welcome you on March 8th, I’m reminded of how exciting it is to be in the cloud computing industry right now, helping shape how businesses will work together in the coming years.

About six months have passed since we announced G Suite, our set of intelligent apps for business. Since then, we’ve focused on bringing you new collaboration tools, like Team Drives and Jamboard, and have partnered with companies like Box and Slack to help businesses of all sizes unlock productivity across their organizations. At Next, we’ll get a chance to hear from businesses directly about these G Suite additions and collect feedback to shape what we build in the future.

I have the privilege to join some of Google’s top leaders on stage at Next, including Diane Greene, Sundar Pichai and Eric Schmidt. While I look forward to hearing my colleagues unpack the potential of cloud for businesses, I’m especially excited to hear from one of our newest Google Cloud leaders, Fei-Fei Li, about the value that machine learning will bring to the enterprise.

It’s one thing to talk about product innovations, it’s another to try them for yourself. This year’s Next will feature Cloud Showcase,  an area for interactive product experiences, allowing each attendee to see and feel the power of Google Cloud products firsthand. We’re opening up the doors for attendees to experience machine learning, application development, collaboration and productivity through interactive installations that are unique to Google Cloud.

Besides the keynotes and show floor, there are over 200 sessions at Next this year. If you need help narrowing down that list, here are some sessions I’m excited for:

If you’re interested in learning more about how Machine Learning can impact your business or how you can build more agile, productive teams, check out:

  • Introduction to Google Cloud Machine Learning
  • Machine learning powering the workforce: Assist Cards in Google Cloud search
  • Machine learning powering the workforce: Explore in Google Docs

To learn how to create custom apps with G Suite, or integrate your G Suite apps with existing workflows to accomplish more, there’s:

  • Automating internal processes using Apps Script and APIs for Docs editors
  • Citizen developers building low-code apps with AppMaker on G Suite
  • New Google Docs integrations to streamline your workflows

For insight into controlling business data, building custom dashboards and running custom queries, be sure to go to:

  • Gaining full control over your organization’s cloud resources
  • Getting the most out of Google Admin Reports and BigQuery

Register here to secure your spot at Next ‘17.