Evernote moves to Google’s cloud, cites machine learning as key factor

(c)iStock.com/Erik Khalitov Note-taking app provider Evernote has announced it is moving to Google Cloud Platform and is ditching its own servers and networks. The company, which celebrated its eighth anniversary earlier in the summer, said in a company blog post that the current arrangement did not give Evernote the ‘speed and flexibility’ needed for the future. What was more interesting in the move, as confirmed by both Evernote and Google, was that after various consultations, the search giant’s interests in machine learning and data analytics sealed the deal. “We look forward to taking advantage of these technologies to help you more easily connect your ideas, search for information in Evernote, and find the right note at the moment you need it,” Ben McCormack, VP operations wrote. “That’s exciting to us,…


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