Google has acquired the Canadian technology firm AppBridge that helps companies transfer data to the technology giant’s cloud platform.
The company had earlier announced the acquisition of start-up firm Kagger.
Google also announced a slew of products and services for both enterprises and individuals including add-ons for Gmail, Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat.
Google will launch Jamboard at a price point of $5,000 and annual service charge of $600 per annum in the US in May this year.
The Jamboard is part of Google’s G Suite portfolio of software services like Gmail that is aimed at business customers. The device was designed to work well with its tools for workplace, chat or video conferencing.