Cloud News Review week of 7/15/2019

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    The GDPR rules in Germany have decided that Microsoft products Windows 10 and Office 365 are not compliant with the GDPR rules for use in schools. The issues stem from the telemetry that gets sent back to Microsoft USA which goes against GDPR rules for private data. A spokesperson says once the issue is resolved by Microsoft, Office 365 will be used as a cloud-solution in schools.

    Google Keep will soon get a "Dark Mode"! One of the apps part of Google's GSuite, Keep, will be getting an update with the addition of the increasingly popular Dark Mode. Dark Mode is a power saving feature that turns the white background in your app screen to a dark black which saves battery and electrical power when used.

    Google Tasks will soon appear on Android devices. Part of GSuite, Tasks is a to-do list reminder application that has been integrated with Google's Calendar. Tasks already works with Calendar on the web but a new Android version will soon be coming to all compatible devices.

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