tasman1 wrote: As I told you here
Internet is startnig to die as I told you , bit earlier but ,,,,,,,Do internet hording as I told you , find empty room and direct your internet there for future use
Yes, Google had some outages, so this means the whole world is doomed and dying, indeed - yep you told us
imagine if Microsoft also has outages, now THAT would be scary - It's funny how you mention only Google, but nobody bothered to mention the cyberattack on Washington, where the government is on high alert, they claim this attack is coming from a foreign state - funny how they don't mention which one(s) even though it is quite easy to figure out and narrow down the choices
Treasury and other government areas may be compromised, who knows even defense, so yeah that is far more serious than Google - there are cyberattacks everywhere now, some people have nothing better to do with their miserable, pathetic excuse of an atom of life, hopefully they find out more about this cyber attack, if he's American, he will get away with it of course, and government will offer him a job
if the attack comes from another country, they will be considered terrorists, and Biden will declare war (yeah, for those who still didn't figure it out, Trump is not a war person, Biden and Kamala would go to war every chance they get, so hopefully no war in the next years to come...........)
A “significant subset” of users are having trouble using Gmail, Google has confirmed in an update on Wednesday morning.
Google said users around the world are able to access Gmail, but are seeing error messages, high latency and “other unexpected behaviour”.
I don't get it, what's different than the usual here ?
In a second update, Google said it is continuing to investigate the issue and thanked users for their patience.
Outage monitor Down Detector reported a huge spike in Google problems between 8am and 9am on Wednesday morning.
Google has been suffering ongoing issues this week with users unable to access their accounts or watch YouTube videos, and in some instances unable to access documents in their Google Drive.
Well Tasman1, remember that vaccines deployment has started already, thousands have been vaccinated, which means, thousands of implanted chips already, all those chips tracking and communicating with Google servers are for sure putting stress on the whole system, I'm surprised you didn't think of that
So now we know that the chip trackers use Google, you can locate ANY person who got the vaccine through a dedicated google maps fork
So business as usual Tasman1, welcome to the new world, the one world order.......................
It comes as users around the world increasingly rely on email and shared document editing platforms like Google Docs for work and education.
Bollocks ! That's the usual excuse companies use when they get compromised - There have been many cyberattacks around the world lately, this could be one of them as well, who knows, will Google ever admit that they are not immune to these attacks, NOBODY is. I'm sure people can survive a few hours or a day without Google, as to businesses, if they are relying on gmail instead of dedicated company e-mails, they probably should not be in business !
So the conclusion to this story - We will all be fine - This is the price to pay for using Cloud applications and the increasing reliance on cloud. If the cloud provider is down, your entire suite of apps and processes are down with it.
It's not a bad thing to have a strategic blend of on-premise / cloud combination in a company.