When Google says ‘I can’, its not ‘I do’, but ‘I am’
Google has said that its not necessarily “I can” when it comes to outsourcing, but that it will always “do”.
Speaking to the Financial Times, Google India CEO Rishi Sehgal said that the search giant will always work with the companies that are best suited to the business and they are doing this through its own search engine, Google Now.
“We’ve been able to do that by leveraging technology, and our products and services are always available to them,” Sehkar said.
“I don’t think we need to be talking about ‘I will do this tomorrow’ as we can always do this.”
However, Sehakals words were a little more ambiguous when it came to outsourcing jobs.
“When you are dealing with outsourcing, you need to have the right skills and the right mindset,” he said.
This is where Google Now comes in, and it’s part of Google’s plan to give users more choice about when and how they can access information from its search engine.
Google’s own search algorithm will be a part of the future of the search engine as well, with search engines from Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and other large players expected to start offering their own search results and functionality within the next few years.
Google is not the first company to offer its own services to its users, but its first attempt to do so was through its Chrome browser, which was introduced back in 2010.
Today, Chrome users are still able to use Google’s search service, but they have to subscribe to a paid service to use it.
Google recently announced that it is working with a company called AdWords to offer ads for its own products and it will begin offering ads on some of the largest search engines in the world.
The company also recently announced a partnership with mobile search firm Onda to bring its ad services to the Android platform.