Chronicle began as a project inside X, the Alphabet-controlled moonshot plant until it turned out to be its own cybersecurity firm below the parent corporation of Google. It was believed to be an independent firm with its own policies and contracts—at least that is what Stephen Gillett (CEO) mentioned when the business was rolled out. In June 2019, however, the Chronicle lost its position as an independent body when it joined Google on the record to turn out to be part of its Cloud security services. And as per a new media report, that was one of the largest factors why the Chronicle is “imploding.”
It seems that a lot of Chronicle workers only discovered out about becoming part of Google lately. Some felt that the decision deceived the firm’s original dream. The compensation for employees also turned out to be a sore point, since the tech behemoth reportedly did not adjust Chronicle employees’ stock packages and salaries, which were less than those for other employees at Google.
But that is not all: the worker’s media spoke to claimed that people have been leaving the firm owing to “a far-away CEO” and “a shortage of clarity about the firm’s future.” An ex-employee dubbed Gillett a figurehead who did not care what everybody did outside of financial matters. Engineering and sales people have actually been finding other jobs in Google or leaving the firm completely since they have no roadmap for the product.
On a related note, Google is set to start its Stadia game streaming platform this month. While you can play via your TV or Chrome, you will also be capable of running games such as Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey and Destiny 2 on some Pixel handsets. To assist you to get prepared for the big day this week, Google has included the Stadia app to its app store.