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Submission + - Google's plan to kill the corporate network (scmagazine.com.au)

mask.of.sanity writes: Google has revealed details on its Beyond Corp project to scrap the notion of a corporate network and move to a zero-trust model.

The company perhaps unsurprisingly considers the traditional notion of perimeter defences and its respective gadgetry as a dead duck, and has moved to authenticate and authorise its 42,000 staff so they can access Google HQ from anywhere (video).

Google also revealed it was perhaps the biggest Apple shop in the world with 43,000 devices deployed and staff only allowed to use Windows with a supporting business case.

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