Google Cloud Completes Indian Government STQC Audit

February 26, 2021
Google Cloud Completes Indian Government STQC Audit
Google Cloud recently announced it completed a Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification (STQC) audit provided by the Indian government. With headquarters in Mountain View, California, United States, Google Cloud is part of the Alphabet group of companies that is an umbrella organization for Google activity. The Google Cloud division is “transforming business” by offering “computing power delivered everywhere, for everyone” through the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and offerings like GSuite. Completing STQC means Google Cloud has achieved full “Cloud Service Provider (CSP) empanelment”.

As a result of passing the audit, the Indian Public Sector (which includes “government agencies at the central and state level, and across sectors like power, BFSI, transportation, oil and gas, public finance”) is now able to deploy IT and digital service solutions on Google Cloud. This gives Google the ability to broaden its activity in India through targeting Indian Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs). The company is also readying to launch a new Google Cloud Platform (GCP) region in Delhi after launching Mumbai in 2017.

"Google Cloud is designed, built, and operated with security at its core,” explained Google Cloud India’s Managing Director Bikram Singh Bedi. “Government and Enterprises want to work with us because we’re focused on the best service and technology—not because they don’t have choice or agility."

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