Diane Greene, CEO of Google Cloud
Google cancels Hire of Google, a service the company introduced to help staff in human resources simplify the process of keeping track and communicating with job candidates.
Google often stops running online services, including the Inbox email app and the Google+ social network. What makes this remarkable is that it ties in with Diane Greene, a former board member of Alphabet.
Some of the first work on Hire happened on Bebop, a startup where Greene was the founder and CEO. Google bought Bebop for $ 380 million in 201[ads1]5, and as part of the acquisition, Greene was brought in to head Google's cloud business. This operation includes G Suite, the app's cloud productivity portfolio competing with Microsoft Office, and Google Cloud Platform, competing with Amazon Web Services and other offerings.
Google's cloud grew under Greene, a former co-founder and CEO of enterprise software company VMware. In 2018, Google announced that they bring in more than $ 1 billion in revenue per quarter. Google announced her departure in November, saying she would be replaced by Thomas Kurian, a longtime leader of Oracle. Greene left the board of Alphabet earlier this year.
Last month, Google said the cloud business now generates more than $ 8 billion in revenue on an annual basis.
Google announced rentals in 2017. Cloudera, Dandelion Chocolate, Prosperworks and SADA Systems are among the companies listed on Google's Web site as Renters, which integrate with services such as Google Calendar and Gmail.
On Tuesday, the company informed Hire administrators that it would stop operating the service on September 1, 2020.  "Although leasing has been successful, we are focusing our resources on other products in the Google Cloud portfolio," the company said in message.
Some people said they were sad to see the announcement.
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