Google has a problem: It’s not getting remote access.
The company has filed a lawsuit against the search giant claiming that Google does not provide its Remote Access Suite software to remote users, as required by law.
The suit also claims that Google’s remote access system is incompatible with Google Cloud, a Google service that provides the same level of support to remote machines and computers.
Google’s suit alleges that the software is incompatible because it relies on a third-party server that has been configured to run on Google Cloud servers, while the company is licensed to run the same software on its own servers.
The lawsuit says that the third-parties license conflicts with the terms of Google’s security agreement with Google.
Google is also suing the company over its use of cloud-based storage services for its Remote File Sharing service, saying that Google uses the cloud storage services to store files that Google owns and controls.
Google said it is reviewing the lawsuit.