SAN FRANCISCO -- Is the map the next big shared file type to revolutionize businesses, the way that the spreadsheet and the document have? Google thinks so, and it's betting on enterprise maps in a big way.
Google's new Maps Engine Pro lets businesses import their data onto a map, from which they can then analyze it and share. Enterprise accounts will cost $5 per user per company.
Brian McClendon, vice president of Google Maps, was not shy about his intentions for the new tools.
"We believe this will be the new document type, and Google's … Read more