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The Google Bus Pays a Visit to Swansea


The big, blue Cloud Tech Solutions Google bus paid a visit to Swansea’s infamous Wind Street yesterday.

Parked outside co-working space TechHub, it was there to fly the flag for Google cloud-based products such as Google Drive and Docs.

During the day, over 100 people went on board to learn more about they can use these services to transform their businesses and working lives. Many were start-ups from TechHub and DVLA employees.

The bus has been all over the UK and has attracted over 2,000 visitors since setting off in September. It’ll continue on its journey for another year.

Sponsored by Acer and Intel, it sports Chromebook setups so people can see what the cloud is all about and a meeting room where talks are held.



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