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How to secure google cloud for startup ?

  • 10 October 2022
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I am the CEO of KivuHub a startup hub which support technology development for entrepreneur in the DR.Congo east a region which has been in conflict for 20 years. i was wondering how we can secure the google cloud and other types of google services available for startups to promote usage of technology which will help to create more opportunities , jobs and enhancing technical skills. 

in our recent research we have seen a big growth in android usage out of 100 smart phone users 90 users android and Gmail s the dominate email system. having access to the google suite will support the effort of KivuHub to increase the better usage  form economic growth and human development. 

Thank you for google 

 


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Hi there! What a great question. We have a few resources to point you to!

First, we previously held a virtual event with @yuval from DoiT on “Using the Google Cloud & Credits as a Startup”. You can watch that recording here. You can also find a few tips to get you started on Google Cloud and using credits in this post from our Community Manager, @ilias

Finally, I’d encourage you to join our Startups Community to chat with like-minded peers and Googlers!

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Hi there Eliud and welcome to C2C, the Google Cloud Customer Community! It’s great to have you with us! 

My colleague @alexandria.johnson shared some really good resources for you to get started! 

I would also like to encourage you to make sure you introduce yourself in the C2C Lounge using this template. It would be great, so that our community can get to know you better and to get to know a couple of things more about you!

Also, don’t forget to check out our various categories and of course, always keep an eye on our upcoming events. It would be really nice to see you in one of them! 😎

 

Hope to see more posts from you! And if you need anything, don’t hesitate to ask! 😉

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