According to Google, traditional enterprises in the MENA (the Middle East and North Africa) market are moving to the cloud following an increase in internet penetration and business boom in the region. They say that these enterprises understand the role played by the cloud when it comes to accelerating workloads and building applications.
By partnering with Alooma, Google say that they will reduce the risk of enterprise data being attacked with viruses. They supported this belief by saying that the Google Cloud platform will facilitate network protection to all the data that will be transferred.
In closing, neither of the two revealed any financial details of the deal. It will be interesting to witness how Google take this deal ahead, following their partnership with Agile for data flexibility.