CEO of Google’s cloud business says it is ‘unlikely’ to close shop

Google’s CEO and co-founder Eric Schmidt is optimistic about the future of cloud computing, but he is also warning that the company will likely close down by the end of the year.

Speaking at the WSJD/Global Technology Conference on Thursday, Schmidt said the cloud is a “very valuable asset” that Google could use to make a positive impact in its mission to “provide the best search experience.”

“I think it’s likely that it will continue to be an important asset,” Schmidt said.

“We’re working with our partners to get it going, but at some point, if we can’t make that a reality, we’re certainly going to close it down.

But the way we look at it is we can still create the cloud.

We can still serve the needs of our users.

I think that’s going to continue to happen.”

Schmidt made the comments at the start of his keynote address, which also featured former Google executive Dan Ariely, who is now CEO of a new startup called Cloud Foundry.

Arielys was one of the founding members of Google X, the company’s deep-pocketed research division that Schmidt started in 2004.

A few months ago, Arielies company, CloudFoundry, spun off as Cloud Imperium Games, a new venture focused on creating space sims and other games.

The WSJD panel was moderated by former Apple CTO Jony Ive.

Schmidt’s remarks were part of a wide-ranging discussion about Google’s future in the cloud, which was also hosted by Ive and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

The company has long been focused on building software that works on a number of different platforms.

However, it has been slow to adopt cloud-native technologies, as its own data center, Google Cloud Platform, has struggled to catch up.

Schmidt said that Google will continue its “strategic partnership” with Microsoft and Google.

“We’re still in the early stages of a strategic partnership with Microsoft,” Schmidt told the WSJ.

“I’m going to keep my cards close to my chest.

I don’t want to make any commitments at this point.

But it’s very likely that Google is going to be around for a long time, and that’s a very valuable asset that we could use.”

Ive said at the panel that Microsoft and other cloud vendors like AWS and Amazon are in the midst of “exploring the business opportunities” for cloud computing.

Microsoft and AWS have been working together for some time to build a cloud platform that would make it easier for consumers to get their data and applications from other platforms, Ive said.

“I can’t tell you the number of opportunities we’re exploring, but I can tell you that Microsoft has been very active in exploring those opportunities,” Ive told the panel.

“And I can say that, for example, Amazon is exploring opportunities for their cloud platform to do a lot of things, as well.”

Schwarzenegger also said he believes Google is in a better position to make money than it has for years, and is confident in the company to deliver on its vision to make cloud computing “an indispensable part of our daily lives.”